Fujitsu remained the Home Office's top supplier in 2010-11, with a 15% increase in the amount it received to £157m, according to figures released by the department in response to a freedom of information request from GGC. It paid the company's Alcedo subsidiary £133m during the year, while a further £24m went to Fujitsu Services itself. The company has the Sirius
contract with the Home Office for a range of services including desktop computers, applications housing, networks and supporting infrastructure and. IBM came second in the Home Office's list of its top 100 suppliers, with £127m in 2010-11, compared to £31m in the previous year - a 308% increase. CSC, which came third, also fared well with £110m, up from £73m.
The Home Office cut its spending with IT suppliers such as Capita (£56m) by 7% and Interserve (£57m) by 2% and Atos Origin (£47m) by 43% in 2010-11.Other technology suppliers in the list include De La Rue (16th,£30m); Thales (22nd, £20m); Logica (24th, 20m); HP (46th, £7m); Siemens (48th,£7m); Savvis (50th, £6m); Cable & Wireless (57th, £6m) Vodafone (59th,
£5m); Steria (69th, £4m) and Airwave (73rd, £4m).