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Victorian Government awards Hyro another contract

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The Victorian Government has awarded Melbourne-based Hyro Limited (Hyro) another significant contract.

Last week, the digital services supplier announced it has secured a contract with the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) to provide a state-wide identify and access management (IDAM) solution using its Idaptive Digital Identify & Access Management product suite.

Microsoft will provide the operating system, database and networking technologies as well as consulting services for the contract which will serve over 50 000 teachers, half a million students and one million parents.

The Idaptive technology will be integrated with existing business systems. It will provide the ability to administer the extended communities of users, provide accounts and entitlements and provide secure access to data and resources. It will cover both government systems and non-government schools.

Last month, Hyro announced the win of two other contracts in Victoria; a support & maintenance contract for the Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development Intranet; and the bespoke application development contract with Aboriginal Affairs Victoria.

Hyro was unable to indicate how much the contracts are worth, but conceded that together they span a multi-year period.

The systems integrator has a small presence in the Federal Government.

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