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Tuesday, 18 July 2017

HMRC Blames Fraud Failure On Concentrix

Oh in case you are wondering why HMRC will miss its fraud reduction targets, HMRC are blaming Concentrix.

HMRC's recently published annual report says “loss of additional capacity” in the wake of the failure of its contract with Concentrix meant it would not meet its error and fraud target for 2016-17.

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  1. Yes, but, no, but, isn't HMRC the one responsible for protecting and collecting the revenue as opposed to a contractor?
    Oversight and responsibility anyone in Excom?
    Although given past performance of privatr sector in the public sector e.g. Olympic 'security', buildings, I.T. etc. then perhaps a modicum of hindsight might have helped?
    I seem to recall Concentrix blaming HMRC for the failings though, one is right, the other is lying, again!

  2. ...meanwhile back on planet earth HMRC are the tax authority and Concentrix were the contractor. Most people can figure out who is to blame.
    I wonder how many gravy train salaries we paid within HMRC management and communications department to dream up this incredible blame shifting BS? INTEGRITY IS NOT NEGOTIABLE.

  3. Raises a bit of a conundrum, what?
    Seem to recall when it all went t*ts up some time ago that it was HMRC supplying the data (usually not up to date) from HMRC databases, and we all know how reliable HMRC IT and data can be, don't we?