Extracts from an article by Bryan Glick, Editor in Chief, Computer Weekly
"Analysis of government procurement data shows CGI topped the table for new IT deals, earning more than four times the amount of its nearest rival.
Canadian IT services provider CGI was the biggest winner of UK government IT contracts in 2017, raking in deals worth more than four times those of its nearest rival.
The supplier won £844m of new contracts and framework deals with central government, according to an analysis of government procurement data by research firm Tussell. Second-placed Atos took £183m in new business, with Capgemini third on £122m.
CGI’s dominance was largely due to a significant contract with the Ministry of Defence (MoD), according to Tussell."
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