Firm exits council talks at 11th hour

By Martin Ford | 03 May 2022

A council dealing with the aftermath of a cyber-attack is to consider bringing its IT services in-house after a contractor withdrew from talks at the 11th hour.

Negotiations over a new IT contract to replace current arrangements between Gloucester City Council and Civica were at an ‘advanced’ stage, with details agreed in principle until the firm abruptly pulled out.

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