Atos Healthcare, who carried out assessments on behalf of the DWP that affected vulnerable Scots’ benefits, are now called Independent Assessment Services.
The firm which carried out assessments on behalf of the DWP that led to some disabled Scots losing their benefits have changed their name.
The company will take up their new title to deliver the contract for Personal Independent Payments assessments for the DWP, along with Capita.
French-owned Atos had ditched their £500million Government contract after years of controversy.
The Daily Record was instrumental in having the tests scrapped, after lifting the lid on countless cases in which vulnerable people lost their benefits.