The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has signed a contract with BAE Systems Detica for a managed service covering its information security. While the value of the two-year deal has not made available, the company said it will take on the delivery risk. Work will be carried out for a fixed price, with Detica bearing any unforeseen …
Who pays who now?
Detica bearing any unforeseen costs?
Isn't Detica owned by BAE? I am confused as to how the finances work with this one...
So MoJ (MoD) pay BAE which then sub-contract to detica who make profit and give back to BAE? I never quite got this dodgey sounding 'sky high' umbrella accounting... can someone help?
Well you might start by knowing that the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is a *separate* ministry from the Ministry of Defense (MoD).
Detica are quite good in my experience.
And secondly the contract is with the company called "BAE Systems Detica". Not with "BAE Systems", who then subcontract it to their wholly owned subsiduary "BAE Systems Detica".
Also, in layman's terms, the MoJ is in charge of your local court, and the MoD does the military. Pretty different.
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