The Home Office has awarded a 24-month contract to Made Tech, a technology services company specialising the in public sector.
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 new contract worth around £10 million includes a 6-month extension option worth in the region an additional £2 million.
This latest announcement comes after Made Tech won its first one-year contract with the Home Office in May 2021, worth around £4 million before securing an additional £2 million for the fulfilment of a six-month extension option. The contract award announced today represents a renewal and expansion of the initial contract.
"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," said Rory MacDonald, CEO of Made Tech. "We continue to build momentum, as we expand our activity with critical government departments helping them deliver key initiatives."
Made Tech floated on the stock exchange in 2021, and earlier in September reported that it had seen "exceptional and accelerating growth" since choosing to focus exclusively on the public sector three years earlier, with a particular emphasis on digital transformation.
James is the Editor of Government Transformation magazine, and has been covering digital government and public sector reform for 20 years. He also oversees the development of the UK's biggest network of public sector transformation conferences.