Made Tech has been awarded a new contract with the Home Office, worth £10 million to the Group over a 24-month period. There is also a six-month extension option worth a further £2 million.
The Home Office is transforming its services by introducing several new digital systems. Made Tech will work alongside the Home Office team, providing a number of digital, data and technology services.
The work will cover a number of the Home Office’s core functions, including working with the organisation to develop and deploy both new and improved in-house digital services that will help Home Office civil servants in their day-to-day work.
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Made Tech will also support the Home Office in building and expanding its user-centered design community and adopting a more product-centric approach to delivery, helping them to upskill their teams throughout the delivery of the programme.
As a provider of digital, data and technology services to the UK public sector, Made Tech won its first one-year contract with the Home Office in May 2021, worth around £4 million and secured an additional £2 million for the fulfilment of a six-month extension option. The new contract award represents a renewal and expansion of the initial contract.
“Made Tech’s growth continues to build momentum, as we expand our activity with critical government departments helping them deliver key initiatives,” said Rory MacDonald, CEO of Made Tech. “We are delighted that the Home Office has chosen to partner with Made Tech once again, as it demonstrates its confidence in our ability to deliver digital technology and our growing reputation within the market.”