Northern Ireland police service signs £100m deal with Fujitsu

The Police Service of Northern Ireland has awarded an ICT managed services contract to Fujitsu to improve IT service quality, reduce service costs and deliver benefits to police officers on the beat.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland has awarded an ICT managed services contract to Fujitsu to improve IT service quality, reduce service costs and deliver benefits to police officers on the beat.

The initial £34m deal, potentially worth £100m over a period of eight years, will help the force consolidate on a single IT provider. Currently, over five IT suppliers provide the force's IT systems.

Fujitsu will manage maintenance and servicing of between 8,000 and 10,000 PCs and laptops for the force.

Fujitsu will also be responsible for providing and managing a fixed-line telephony network, Wan and Lan data networks, application hosting services, and a network of static and mobile automatic number plate recognition cameras.

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