A £100m bill follows NI IT problems

Government plays catch-up to notify pensioners of deficiencies

Problems caused by computer failures on the Inland Revenue's National Insurance Recording System 2 (NIRS2) will cost £100m to rectify.The government is undertaking a huge catch-up exercise notifying state pensioners... Read the full article [via Computing.co.uk]


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