HMRC Seeking “Digital Notebook” Apps as it Continues Digitalisation Efforts


HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) plans to go to market for a “digital notebook application” as it continues efforts to digitalise its services.

The application, to run on Microsoft SurfacePro’s and mobile phones, will be used by the fraud investigation division in the field.

Officers will use the application collect evidence in relation to civil and criminal investigations. As such it needs to be able to take written notes and receive witness signatures. To ensure correct record keeping the application must be able to use GPS technology to mark all entries with a location and date/time stamps. The application must also be able

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