Pensions Dashboard Programme begins hunt for digital architecture suppliers

Hope William-Smith
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Curry: "We’ve been able to outline clear requirements for the dashboards’ digital architecture."
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Curry: "We’ve been able to outline clear requirements for the dashboards’ digital architecture."

The Pensions Dashboard Programme (PDP) has issued an invitation to tender for digital architecture suppliers to design and implement the ecosystem that will allow dashboards to work.

This comes almost a year after the Money and Pensions Service (Maps) - which launched the PDP - ran a six-week market engagement exercise with potential suppliers. This PDP said the procurement process...

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