SCC wins £85 million 5-year contract extension with HMRC

  • SCC has won an £85 million IT software and services contract with HMRC
  • The deal extends partnership with HMRC to 12 years
  • 5-year (+2) contract follows original CDP deal, signed in 2016
  • SCC will deliver software licences and support services in partnership with IBM

SCC, Europe’s biggest independent technology solutions provider, has won an £85 million IT software and services contract extension with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), taking its partnership with the UK’s tax, payments, and customs authority to 12 years. The 5-year deal, with the option of an additional 2 years, extends the original 5-year CDP (Customs Declaration Processing) contract, signed in 2016, to 2028 and sees SCC partner with IBM to deliver:

  • Software licences and software licence support services
  • Declaration Management Service (DMS) licences and DMS support services
  • Updated licences for next-gen requirements and additional modules
  • Professional Services in support of the development of CDP
  • Development & additional technical requirements related to development of CDP
  • Scaling & non-functional requirement project deliverables.

HMRC serves a vital purpose, collecting the money that pays for the UK’s public services and help families and individuals with targeted financial support. By extending its partnership with HMRC, SCC has strengthened its presence across Central Government, where it continues to deliver efficiencies through new ways of working for customers including the Home Office, Ministry of Defence (MOD) and HM Land Registry. Richard Reader, Head of Public Sector at SCC, said: “We are thrilled to extend our contract with HMRC to deliver IT software and services that help this critical Government department evolve its digital strategy. This new contract builds on the trusted partnership we have established over the past five years and demonstrates SCC’s commitment to service excellence, despite challenging conditions created by the pandemic.Transforming to a digital landscape is the ambition of all government departments, and we are already helping customers on their digital transformation journey by architecting technical solutions, designing and running transformation programmes, and underpinning the resulting services through our network of Service Centres.

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