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By | Kable 21st December 2010 09:57

Cabinet Office signs MoU with Vertex

Another IT supplier toes the line

Customer management outsourcing company Vertex has become the latest to sign a memorandum of understanding on efficiencies with the Cabinet Office.

It said it has done so as part of the Cabinet Office led supplier contract renegotiation programme to find new savings in IT business with central government.

Most of the IT firms identified by the department during the summer have now signed MoUs. Vertex will continue to deliver all its existing contracts.

Paul Sweeny, the company's chief executive officer, said: "Today's announcement demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the transformation of public sector services as the sector enters a key phase in its wider reform agenda."

This article was originally published at Kable.

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