IT services firm CSC has revealed that it has picked up previously undisclosed UK contracts worth £193m in the past three months.
The company, which is a major supplier to the NHS and other public sector bodies, would not name the organisations that signed the four new contracts, which range in length from 18 months to five years.
CSC has secured a total of £2.1bn worth of business in the UK in the financial year ending on 30 March, including a £140m business process outsourcing contract with joint Home Office and Foreign Office body UKvisas, signed earlier this month.
The company is now the lead contractor for the NHS’s £12.4bn National Programme for IT in three out of five regions, having taken over contracts in two regions when Accenture pulled out last year.
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