Just when you thought they’d gone away.
The obviously indispensable site Computing revealed this a couple of days ago:
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is to extend French IT services firm Atos’ multi-million pound deal to handle disability reassessments, despite the company wanting to walk away from the contract in February.
The firm, which would have had to pay a fee to the government to end its contract early, has been criticised for its declining standards of service.
tos had said previously that it would continue to take the tests until a new firm takes over, and the government still intends for another assessment services provider to take charge as it has started the procurement process to identify a suitable supplier.
But in an Official Journal of the European Union contract award notice, DWP…
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