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Change Corporation: A New Player in Canberra

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Change Corporation is the latest entrant in the Federal Government ICT market scoring one of the top five Federal Government contracts last week with Attorney-Generals. The contract was for AusCheck IT System valued at $1.94m. Prior to winning the AusCheck IT System contract with A-Gs, Change Corporation achieved less than $400,000 in contracts to the Federal Government since October 2006.

Change Corporation is a Perth-based IT Services firm, but has recently opened offices in Sydney and Canberra. The company has grown rapidly since its formation in 2002, and it now has a team of over 100 consulting staff. Last year Change Corporation was ranked 94 in BRW's Top 100, and during the 2005-06 financial year, the company experienced 70% revenue growth to achieve revenues exceeding $55m.

As a new entrant into Federal Government, Change Corporation will be hoping to build on experience gained in the WA government market, and its client base that includes Rio-Tinto, Tourism WA, Fremantle Ports, WA Department for Community Development and WA Water Corporation. The company has been involved in large systems integration projects such as reforming the Tourism WA website and creating a consistent and thorough system for screening criminal records of persons who are working with children for WA Department for Community Development.

Change Corporation appears to have the depth of experience and expertise to make inroads into the Federal Government Market.

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  • Federal
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  • IT Services
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  • Industry & Investment
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  • AusCheck IT System
  • Change Corporation
  • Federal Government ICT market