The Department for Work and Pensions has confirmed that £40.1 million had been written off on software and computing costs during the introduction of the new Universal Credit system.
Annual accounts will show £40.1m write-off for Universal Credit IT which includes the £34m we previously announced
Re discussion of £90m IT today - we will be using this while we continue to roll out UC over the next five years. Not a write-off.
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