At Defence, KPMG have won a three month contract worth $3,294,836 to ‘Provide Project Support Services to assist with the Data Centre Consolidation/Single Desktop Project’, while Lockheed Martin was awarded a one year contract of $2,620,688 for ‘Collections systems support’. Also at Defence, in one of its first ever contracts there, Object Consulting has a one month contract for $13,090 to ‘Describe and Analyse Staff and Resource Allocation Business Processes’. Verizon has a 3 month contract with a value of $548,625 for ‘Software Engineering and Implementation Services in support of the Public Key Infrastructure’.
The Defence Materiel Organisation(DMO) has engaged Jakeman Business Solutions to ‘support the DMO Records Management Change Readiness Assessment, awarding them a short four month contract worth $162,460.
Booz & Company has won two contracts from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC). The larger of the two, at $1.2 million, is for ‘DIAC Transformation and Shared Services (Variation 2), and will run for nine months until the end of this financial year. The second is for the ‘review of the security assessment process’ and is worth $211,904.
Still at DIAC, the department has given a $180,180 contract to Oakton the preparation of an ‘RFT for TIS telecommunication services’. The contract is for two months.
Bulletproof Networks has been assigned the job of hosting the Whole of Government ‘Govspace Service’ – the blogging platform used by AGIMO and DIIISR – by the Department of Finance and Deregulation for a year, with the contract due to expire in February 2012. The contract is worth $55,924.
DEEWRawarded APIS Group a two month contract for $27,000 for the ‘Review and mapping of existing procurement process and systems’.
At Geoscience Australia (GA) Optus will provide ‘Optus cloud network and mobile communications’ for ten months, in a contract worth $307,500.
And finally, Treasury has awarded a $24,500 contract to Infront Systems for the provision of ‘consultancy services relating to the replacement of the PABX’.