The Memorandum of Understanding builds on a 2012 agreement
The government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and Oracle have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will “deliver additional savings for the taxpayer over the next three years”.
Sally Collier, chief executive of CCS, said: “The enhanced MoU will deliver savings across government and allow easier and more effective procurement of Oracle products and services. It lays the foundation of a more collaborative relationship between government and Oracle.”
Oracle senior VP and UK country leader Dermot O’Kelly said: “We are delighted to demonstrate our commitment to the agenda of the new government in saving money and delivering leading-edge information technology to help transform public services.
“We look forward to continued productive and mutually beneficial relationships with our public sector customers.”