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Last week’s top contract: Defence-Konica Minolta

by Justin Hendry •
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The Department of Defence’s $13.2 million lease agreement with Konica Minolta was the largest contract reported on AusTender last week (2-6 May 2016).

The contract will run between 26 April 2016 and 31 August 2016. It is Konica Minolta’s second largest contract since 2012, according to Intermedium’s Analyse IT tool.

Excluding the recent Defence contract, Konica Minolta ranked 144th on Intermedium’s 2015-16 Supplier Leader Board with 24 contracts worth $3.6 million. Konica Minolta has signed a total of 296 contracts worth $61 million since Intermedium began collecting contracting data in 2009-10. 

The contract was procured under Defence’s Major Office Machines – Whole of Government Equipment and Support Panel, which expired on 18 April. Konica Minolta is the sole supplier on the panel.

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