Digital ProcurementLiberata secures HM Courts and Tribunals Service contracts

Liberata secures HM Courts and Tribunals Service contracts

Liberata to deliver Financial Transaction Processing and Judicial Payroll Services to the end of 2018

Government business process services provider, Liberata, has been awarded two separate contacts via the G-Cloud framework to deliver Financial Transaction Processing worth £16m and Judicial Payroll Services worth £2m to Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) to the end of 2018.

 

Financial Transaction Processing

HMCTS generates in excess of £500m in fees annually, so being able to receipt and reconcile each transaction quickly and efficiently is essential: this could include anything from civil court fees, through to employment or asylum and immigration tribunal fees.

“The Financial Transaction Processing contract is a great example of the innovation we are bringing to central and local government using business process automation. Being able to process and reconcile transactions quickly and efficiently is imperative for HMCTS and its customers.” said Liberata CEO, Charlie Bruin.

 

Judicial Payroll Services

The £2m contract will see Liberata continue to deliver efficient payroll services to the UK Judiciary, including Magistrates, High Court and fee-paid Judges, plus Senior Public Appointees.

Liberata has been providing a payroll service to the Ministry of Justice (and its predecessors, The Department of Constitutional Affairs and the Lord Chancellor’s Department) for more than 18 years. During this period, it has been successfully involved in a number of high profile projects including on-boarding a number of Tribunals and the implementation of the Judicial Pension Scheme.

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