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Contract and tender news 22 - 28 February 2022

by Jack Le Guay •
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Contracts, tenders, suppliers and agencies catching Intermedium's attention  22 - 28 February 2022


Cloud procurements continue across jurisdictions, including by smaller agencies, a trend increasingly being noticed by Intermedium, particularly for SaaS solutions. Contracts posted include those by the Sydney Opera House, the Federal Director of Public Prosecutions and Fire and Emergency Rescue in Western Australia. 

Western Australia’s GovNext-ICT arrangement continues to generate business. French firm Atos had a contract $903,000 with Landgate published this week and Datacom one for $3.1 million contract with Fire and Emergency Services.  Neither contract will alter these two suppliers’ position on Intermedium’s GovNext leader board. NEC is first, with a total contract value (TCV) of $183.8 million, Atos is second with a TCV of $147.8 million, and Datacom third, with a TCV of $65.8 million, according to Intermedium’s database of government ICT contracts, Scout IT.  

Suppliers in the news this week are: 

Fujitsu, Leidos, The Customer Experience Company, Insitec, ASG, SAP, Objective Corporation, NextDC, SSW, Sensei Productivity, Wipro, Tata Consultancy Services, AC3, Oracle, NTT, Contino, Telstra, Wet Fish, Bolinda Digital, OverDrive Australia, Datacom, Atos, CDRU, DXC Red Rock, Parisfirst, Accenture. 

Agencies in the news this week are:  

Federal: Defence, Finance, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), APRA,  

NSW: Transport for NSW, Customer Service, Office of Responsible Gambling, Sydney Opera House 

Victoria: Department of Health, Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, Department of Education and Training, CenITex 

South Australia: Public Library Services 

Western Australia: Fire and Emergency Services, Landgate 

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