HM Courts and Tribunals Service: Procurement:Written question - 12150


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Asked on: 15 October 2015
Ministry of Justice
HM Courts and Tribunals Service: Procurement
To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, pursuant to the Statement by the Minister for Courts and Legal Aid, of 15 October 2015, HCWS 239, on HM Courts and Tribunals Service, what the total cost to the Exchequer was of the discontinued procurement process referred to in the statement.
Answered by: Mr Shailesh Vara
Answered on: 06 November 2015

As I told the House on 15 October, we took the decision not to outsource HMCTS compliance and enforcement services to a single supplier because of the need to ensure that any contract we let provided the best value for the taxpayer.

The total cost of the Compliance and Enforcement Service Project as of end of September 2015 was £8,723,645.

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