HMRC Is Shite

HMRC Is Shite
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Monday, 13 June 2016

HMRC May Miss Aspire Deadline


The National Audit Office has recently published a memorandum into HMRC's progress wrt Replacing the Aspire Contract. Rather unhelpfully it does not present any conclusions. However it does present a list of the risks faced by HMRC in replacing Aspire.

Unsurprisingly HMRC is at risk of not being able to complete the switch-over of its Aspire contract in time, while HMRC’s internal IT organisation and revenue & custom’s Digital Technology Services may fail to work together productively.


It was ever thus!

Tax does have to be taxing.

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2 comments:

  1. What yet another possible B**** Up by an incompetent organisation: typical of UK politics and Civil Service with a We will Muddle Through approach because we are government. All I hope is that tax records will be lost!

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    1. HMRC are an incompetent organisation, not fit for purpose and it is about time more of their work is outsourced to the hard working private sector.

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