Liberata, the business process innovation company, has been awarded a contract by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to deliver HR and payroll and finance and accounting services to Benefits Pension Digital & Technology Services, a new government-owned company.
The one year contract, with a potential one year extension, has been secured under the G-Cloud Framework and is valued at circa £300,000 over the two years.
Liberata has a proven track record in providing HR, payroll, finance and accounting services to both central and local government; its customers include the Ministry of Justice, London Borough of Bromley, and Worcestershire County Council.
Charlie Bruin, CEO of Liberata, commented: “This is a significant contract for Liberata as it is our first formal engagement with the DWP, and it further increases our footprint working with central government. Having delivered some of the most complex payroll services into government for a number of years, we are delighted that the DWP recognised our specific domain expertise in selecting us to work with its new company, BPDTS.”
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