IRD, Revera to modernise NZ tax system

The Inland Revenue (IRD) has announced it will be working with New Zealand company Revera to design and supply the new tax and social policy system.

The Inland Revenue (IRD) has announced it will be working with New Zealand company Revera to design and supply the new tax and social policy system.

Revera, a subsidiary of Spark, is a leading provider in cloud-delivered data centre services, and the IRD's deputy commissioner of change Greg James, says the data centres contract is a significant part of updating and modernising tax and social policy administration.

"We are delighted that the data centre's contract has been awarded to a New Zealand company. At a value of $45-60 million over 10 years, it will be one of the programme's biggest and is certainly the largest contract to date to be awarded to a New Zealand company." 

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date_range 29 November 2016