New Model Services Contract published
The government has published the eagerly anticipated Model Services Contract. It replaces the OCG Model ICT Contract version 2.3, which has been in existence for around five years.
Sarah Sasse and Alexi Markham from Wragge & Co worked with an inter-departmental Lawyer’s Working Group and in conjunction with policy colleagues in the Cabinet Office to create the contract.
Reflecting the government’s latest priorities and recommended ways of doing business, the new Model Services Contract has been developed for service contracts with a value of more than £10m and in particular those for business process outsourcing (BPO) and for IT delivery services…
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