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Hinduja Global Solutions wins a contract of Rs 2,100 Cr from The UK Health Security Agency

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Hinduja Global Solutions wins a contract

Hinduja Global Solutions – Hinduja Global Solutions (HGS) announced on Sunday that the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has chosen its subsidiary HGS UK Limited to provide crucial customer assistance to UK nationals. The deal is for two years with the possibility of an extension. 
 
The cooperation, according to the company, is already up and running, having begun earlier this week. The contract could be worth up to £211 million (about Rs 2,100 crores) over the course of its duration, with over 2,000 Work From Home (WFH) roles available across the UK. 
 
The UKHSA is in charge of ‘NHS Test & Trace,’ and this contract will help with future COVID-19 contact tracing demands as well as other health-security threats like a significant flu outbreak or new pandemic. 
 
According to HGS, the contract’s listed cost is the maximum that can be spent, and the total could be less. 
 
DeSarkar went on to say that the firm’s public sector practice has been instrumental in the firm’s success with several high-profile customers. “By making significant efforts in expanding our experience in this industry, focused sales approach, Cloud technology, and deployment of Work@Home delivery, we have increased our presence in this difficult market,” he said. 
 
“From a growth and complexity standpoint, the UKHSA involvement is a terrific complement to the UK company,” DeSarkar continued.

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I’m beyond happy that HGS will be aiding the UK government in its fight to exit and recover from the epidemic,” said Adam Foster, CEO of HGS Europe. Winning this offer is a testament to the UK business’s ten-year expansion and the public sector competence we’ve established and become known for.” 
 
We recognize the realities of the situation and are confident in our capacity to provide exceptional service,” said Graham Brown, HGS UK’s Chief Revenue Officer. 

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