Universal Credit IT system “incredibly ambitious”

Universal Credit is going to be using a “real time” information system which, according to leading experts is not only a  difficult project to take on but it is also extremely ambitious in the time scales being discussed. Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs are tasked with having a protype ready for testing in just 12 months time (spring 2012) many computer and  financial experts fear  that the timescales are unrealistic. TechEye.Net  have published an interesting article on this subject, please click here or go to our  news articles section to read the full text.

Further reading on the new “real time” information system; Real Time Information  trial to begin April 2012

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  1. sam root says:

    Why are HMRC involved? They were poor on delivering tax credits, had major IT, security & customer service issues and seem, to this day, unable to respond quickly & effectively to changes in their customers’ circumstances. The people who deliver Income Suport and Jobseeker’s Allowance should get the ‘contract’ as they are better equipped to respond to the needs of this difficult client base.

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