Bank of England admits legacy IT systems are eating into its budget

Bank of England admits legacy IT systems are eating into its budget

Bank of England recently told a Parliamentary Select Committee that "high levels of manual processors and legacy IT systems" were the main reasons behind its expenditure on Information and communications technology (ICT) being 33.6% more than other central Government organisations.

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