Contracts, tenders, suppliers and agencies catching Intermedium's attention 16 - 21 February 2022
AT A GLANCE
The steady stream of SAP deals across the country involving Deloitte continues this week with WA Health posting a $219 million contract for its new HR, payroll and rostering system.
The post COVID-19 ‘remote working’ pivot is here to stay, with NSW Education contracting with video-telehealth platform provider Coviu.
One of NSW Minister for Customer Service and Digital, Victor Dominello’s pet transformation projects gets a boost with a trial of Internet of Things ‘smart kerbs.’
On the Canberra front, DAWE continue to invest in their ongoing reforms to improve the application process for assessments under Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act. The 2019-20 MYEFO allocated $25 million over two years for ‘busting congestion’ of the EPBC environmental approvals process, with the 2020-21 Budget dedicating an additional $36.6 million, also over two years. Avanade, the Microsoft / Accenture joint venture, which had been out of the federal market in any sizeable way for some years, has had its initial 12 month amended to bring the total contract value to $7.4 million.
Suppliers in the news this week are:
NEC, SAP, Fujitsu, Acer, CyberCX, Ernst Young, IBM, NTT, HCL Technologies, Microsoft, SAS Institute, Telstra (COB Telstra), Airbus, Avanade, UT Consulting, Modis Consulting, Gravity Consulting, LAB3, Sensei Productivity, Codify Solutions, GoSource, Chartertech, Leidos, Engage Squared, Cityzens, Knosys, Boon Solutions, Meshed, Skedgo, Coviu, Macquarie Telecom.
Agencies in the news this week are:
WA: Health, DPLH, DTWD, Transport, Main Roads WA.
SA: Health, DIT
NSW: Education, NSW Police, Transport for NSW, DPE, DCS
Federal: AFP, Home Affairs, Health, DTA, Defence, Services Australia, DAWE, DISER, DITRDC, Geoscience Australia