The capping of federal IT contracts to less than $100 million or three years duration is likely to have a significant impact on the federal ICT market, with around a third of contracts by value in the past five years exceeding the term limit
Procurement reform is a key tenet of digital transformation. Several jurisdictions have taken steps to implement more flexible, simplified procurement processes, with the federal Digital Marketplace, the New South Wales ICT Services Scheme, and the Victorian eServices Register all being examples of contemporary procurement arrangements aimed at making government business more accessible
Topics: Hardware; IT Services; Digital Transformation; Fed.
Dell has picked up its largest ever contract with the Federal Government, signing a $74.4 million end user computing (EUC) deal with the Department of Defence
Topics: Hardware; Procurement; Fed.
In spite of an influx of new competitors, well-established hardware suppliers continue to dominate the bulk of the Federal Government end-user computing market, securing more than
Dimension Data Australia has become the thirty-fourth and final supplier to be added to the Department of Finance’s whole-of-government
The latest tranche of suppliers to be added to the Department of Finance’s whole-of-government
Samsung, Mac 1 and OPC IT are among the first suppliers announced by the Department of Finance to feature on the new
A significant proportion of the Federal Government’s ICT spending is channelled through
The Whole-of-Government (WoG) ICT Hardware Panel set to supersede the
Acer, Dell and Hewlett-Packard are the leading suppliers of desktop hardware