Printer maker Xerox has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the government.
Xerox is one of the first tier 2 suppliers to sign an MoU and will continue to deliver services within its current framework of government contracts with departments such as the Department for Work and Pensions.
In July 19 large IT firms were singled out by the Efficiency and Reform Group to renegotiate government contracts. Most have now signed MoUs.
Alan Charnley, managing director, Xerox UK and Ireland, said, ".We value our relationship with U.K. government and are committed to working collaboratively to help transform the way government works by providing enhanced services to U.K. citizens at a lower cost."