Capgemini and Fujitsu paid £724m for HMRC Aspire contract in 2015/16

Sooraj Shah
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Capgemini and Fujitsu paid £724m for HMRC Aspire contract in 2016/16
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Capgemini and Fujitsu paid £724m for HMRC Aspire contract in 2016/16

HMRC pays out £1.45bn to keep Aspire going over the past two years

HMRC has revealed that it spent £724m on its Aspire outsourcing contract in 2015/16 and £732m the year before. The figures were revealed in a Freedom of Information request. Capgemini and Fujitsu are...

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