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Top 25 suppliers account for over 70% of market by value

by Annabelle Milosavljevic •
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As Budget season arrives, we are reminded that Federal Government ICT is a highly concentrated market.  

In 2008-09 the Top 25 suppliers accounted for 73.1% of the market by value.

This is an even more concentrated market than was seen in 2007-08 when the Top 25 suppliers accounted for 63.4% of the market.

Intermedium’s Federal Government ICT Market: Supplier Overview Report 2008-09, revealed a continuing downward trend in total contract numbers.

EDS was the top ranked supplier in 2008-09 with $764.9 million in contracts, followed by IBM and then Optus.  These suppliers all signed multi-year managed services agreements in 2008-09:

  • EDS with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry;
  • IBM with Medicare and the Department of Health and Ageing; and
  • Optus with the ATO and Department of Immigration and Citizenship.

8 of the top 10 suppliers experienced an increase in average contract value echoing the broader market trend towards a smaller number of higher value contracts.

Intermedium’s Federal Government ICT Market: Supplier Overview Report 2008-09 is available now.  Contact sales on (02) 9955 9896.

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