We are pleased to have reached an agreement with the Government to allow us to exit this contract early and we remain committed to delivering essential services to the UK Government as a strategic supplier.
Our team will work hard to support transition to a new provider and we believe that we have reached a settlement that is in the best interests of all parties. We have supported and been flexible in implementing all the changes asked of us from the reviews of the Work Capability Assessment process.
In a statement Atos said it would: "continue to deliver the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) assessments in Scotland, north of England, London and south of England and to deliver Work Capability Assessments on behalf of the Department for Social Development in Northern Ireland."
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