Contracts, tenders, suppliers and agencies catching Intermedium's attention 27th June-4th July 2022
AT A GLANCE
Agencies mentioned: Defence, ATO, Home Affairs, Services Australia, NSW Transport, Healthshare NSW
Suppliers mentioned: Accenture, PWC, IBM, Gruden, Projects Assured, Ariz Zinc IT
CONTRACTS OF NOTE
Accenture has added a $4.9 million amendment to a $62 million contract (CN3864469-A1) signed in March (1 March 2022 to 31 August 2023), bringing the TCV to $67million; and signed a new program integration contract (CN3888359) worth $16.6 million, to run for 18 months (1 June 2022 to 30 November 2023).
NSW Transport has awarded PWC a $2.2 million contract (CW2508476) for the development of a Customer Journey Tool based on real time transport data, over 8.5 months, from 11 June 2022 to 10 March 2023.
HealthShare NSW is spending $20.1 million with DXC Technology (SCM0020-24-28-33) to renew Oracle licences through to 30 June 2024.
IBM secured a $48.8 million hardware and software services contract (CN3888072) with Services Australia over three years, (3 June 2022 to 31 May 2025).
The Department of Defence had the largest contract amendments of the week.
Canberra management consulting firm Projects Assured has seen an 18 month contract (CN3837143-A1) ending on 30 June 2023, that was initially valued at $8.3 million, jump by $17.6 million, bringing the total contract value to $25.9 million.
An Accenture IT support services contract (CN3815676-A2) through to 31 July 2023 that initially valued at $11.5 million in September 2021, has almost doubled, and is now worth $22.8 million.
A two year professional services (personnel) contract (CN3798547-A2) ending on 30 June 2023 between Home Affairs and Aris Zinc IT has also doubled, jumping from $7.5 million to $15 million.