Soca to award £800m IT contract

The Serious Organised Crime Agency is putting out an IT contract worth up to £800m.

The Serious Organised Crime Agency is putting out an IT contract worth up to £800m.

The Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) advertised the contract in the Official Journal of the European Union, and will see the delivery of the agency's integrated information management and communications infrastructure, which is known as the "2010 Programme".

The shared infrastructure will also be available to the Home Office, the UK Border Agency, the Identity and Passport Service, the Criminal Records Bureau, the National Police Improvement Agency, and UK police authorities.

Soca will award the contract next year and will expect delivery of its new infrastructure a year later.

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