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Intermedium Reveals First Ranking in Federal Government ICT Top 100 2005/06

by Kim James •
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KAZ Technology Services has pipped the traditional “Big 3” – Telstra, IBM and EDS – to take Number 1 ranking in Intermedium’s Top 100 ICT Suppliers to the Federal government market for 2005-06.

In a market valued around $3.2 billion, new contracts awarded to KAZ totalled $269.78m, or more than 8% of the total. This included a major outsourcing contract with Defence valued at $181.36m, the single largest contract awarded during the year. Congratulations, KAZ!

As in the previous years, the market was highly polarised. The top 3 suppliers – KAZ, Telstra and IBM – between them accounted for 24% of total new contract value, and the Top 25 suppliers 61% of new contract value. The remaining market “slice”, valued at $1.23b, was shared between 2,159 other suppliers.

Intermedium's Top 5 for 2005-06

  1. KAZ $269.78m
  2. Telstra $254.18m
  3. IBM $242.18m
  4. EDS $227.39m
  5. HP $104.00m

In other 2005-06 highlights:

  • IT Services accounted for more than half of total new contract value
  • There continued to be a strong Canberra market for labour hire, consulting and other forms of staff augmentation.
  • DEWR joined the ranks of agencies spending on average more than $100m pa on ICT
  • Intermedium continued to observe improvements in the quality of contracts data published in AusTender Contracts Reported.

Rankings are based on AusTender Contracts Reported data as at 30 September 2006. Intermedium identifies, extracts, cleanses and categorises ICT and large office machine contracts from AusTender and compiles this information into a range of reports on the Federal government ICT market.

Reports now available include:

  • ICT Market Highlights 2005-06 – Detailed summary of key information for 2005-06
  • Intermedium’s Top 100 – 3 year ranking of Top 100 Suppliers to the Federal Government market

How did you do in the rankings? Perhaps more importantly, how did your competitors do? Well, stop speculating and find out!

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