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  Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) said that final agreements were signed on January 8 to transfer the UK National Health Service (NHS) Connecting for Health program work in the North East and East of England, previously awarded to Accenture, to CSC.
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CSC completes transfer of authority for UK NHS work

As previously announced on Sept. 28, 2006, CSC valued the nine-year contract at $3.73 billion (1,965 million pounds sterling) if all options are exercised.

CSC now assumes Local Service Provider responsibility for the NHS National Programme for Information Technology in the North East and Eastern clusters, in additional to the North West and West Midlands areas.

"CSC and our alliance members are delighted to have been given the opportunity by the NHS to build on our achievements within the North West and West Midlands to extend our successful development and implementation of the iSOFT solution, to health professionals throughout the North East and East of England," said Guy Hains, President of CSC's European Group.

The NHS Connecting for Health program strives to improve healthcare services for patients by improving the way patient information is accessed and shared by over 530,000 health professionals across England.
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