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Weekly Contract Round-Up 11 April

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This week, the Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) has published nearly $3 million worth of ICT contracts. The largest is a two-month, $2,419,481 contract with Ethan Group to ‘Provide Desktop Equipment & Hardware for the Desktop Futures Program’. The department has also engaged consulting firm Deloitte on two counts, in relation to the development of the PCEHR project. The first is a $155,277 contract to ‘Prepare an Addendum for the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record Business Case’ and the second is a $142,488 contract to ‘To Provide Advice Relating to the Leveraging of Government Infrastructure for the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record Program’.

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) have engaged Unisys to provide ‘Biometrics for Visa & Border Processing’. The contract is worth $1,175,211 and commenced 20 May 2011. It is due to expire as of 30 June this year.

Finally, the Essential Utilities Corporation has won a $33,220 contract from the Department of Finance and Deregulation for the supply of ‘Benchmarking Telecommunications Data’. The contract covers the period from 17 March to 3 April 2011.

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  • Deloitte
  • DIAC
  • doha
  • Essential Utilities Corporation
  • Ethan Group
  • Finance