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Surprises in ATO Shortlist for End-User Computing

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The ATO has announced a shortlist of five companies to contest the end-user computing services contract expected to be worth up to $60 million per year, with a couple of surprises.

Following expressions of interest from 10 suppliers, the ATO has shortlisted CSC, EDS, KAZ, Unisys and Lockheed Martin.


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