Accenture will provide management, development and support for Department of Work and Pensions customer-facing applications.
The DWP has signed a total of five contract lots for its transformation agenda, which includes significant budgetary cuts. IBM, Capgemini and HPhave been contracted.
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Accenture will develop, integrate, implement and maintain applications. It will also provide technical consulting and IT support. Atos will be the main sub-contractor and will provide a range of application development and maintenance services.
The contract is worth between £50m and £70m a year and includes Universal Credit applications.
Mark Lyons UK managing director for Health and Public Service at Accenture said the contract will help DWP drive significant and sustainable cost savings.