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Contract and tender news 6th of June-13th June 2022

by Cameron Sinclair •
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The NSW government is finally conducting a cyber security assessment of the NSW electoral commission, the Tasmanian government has released details of its panel for ICT hardware purchases worth an estimated $169 million, and we got an insight into how much it costs to run (part of) the Sydney Opera House website. There were notable EOFY amendments to contracts with Defence, Home Affairs, and the ATO, and labour hire arrangements with Services Australia.  

Suppliers in the news this week are: Amazon Web Services (AWS), KPMG, Oracle, Ripjar, Adobe, Platypus systems, NEM Australasia, Accenture, Quest, WithYouWithMe (WYWM), Macquarie Telecom, MF & Associates, Optus, Chartertech, Ernst & Young, Intech, Chamonix IT Management Consulting, FinXL professional services, Capgemini. 

Agencies in the news this week are:

Federal: Department of Defence, ATO, Australian Signals Directorate, CSIRO, Services Australia, Sydney Opera House, DFAT, Clean Energy Regulator, Home Affairs, Australian Digital Health Agency

NSW: NSW Department of Customer Service, HealthShare NSW

TAS: Tasmania Department of Treasury and Finance

VIC: Magistrates Court of Victoria

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