HMRC's successful blockchain proof-of-concept: the technology's the easy part

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HMRC - ripe for optimisation
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HMRC - ripe for optimisation

Initial trials 'very successful' says platform architect Richard Mander, but mind the policy gap

The HMRC's system for authorising international trading is hugely complex, siloed, bureaucratic and ripe for optimisation, argues Richard Mander, head of platform architecture at HMRC, the UK government's...

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