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Exceptions to Cross-Government moratoria on spend in HMRC ICT : Oct- Dec 2016

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Department Organisation Name HMG Ref Number Project name Basis for expenditure approval Total Value Requested (£) Total Value Approved (£) Date of approval
HMRC HMG3369 SAP Virtualisation: Columbus Cloud Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is requesting approval to spend £31m on an Licence Revision with SAP over five years. This breaks down as £29.722m on the licence revision and a further £1.261m on pass-through costs with the incumbent supplier CapGemini. £30,981,000 £30,981,000 Dec-16
HMRC HMG2873a Re-Procurement of Customer Communications (Print Output Services) Replacing the ASPIRE contract is key to enabling the technological and digital transformation HMRC needs to take in order to achieve its operational transformation, financial transformation, the Government's Reform Agenda and to enhance the service for HMRC's customers. It is key to delivering SR15 commitments of £900m in savings and up to £1bn in extra revenue. £33,396,000 £33,396,000 Nov-16
HMRC HMG3305 Connect 2 Project (HMRC) Connect 2 will be a blended solution working with suppliers and products already on the HMRC estate. Connect 2 will be built around the following key products; BAE's NetReveal distributed builder and Next Generation Visualiser to network and visualise data BAE's NetReveal Live for transactional risking SAS Enterprise Guide for bulk risk profiling and data analytics £4,560,000 £4,560,000 Nov-16