Three states are emerging at the forefront of digital transformation in the transport sector, following massive 2018-19 budget funding in efforts to curb mounting population pressure
Canberra’s top IT Services providers of the last decade will need to re-evaluate their business approaches in the face of a rapidly evolving Federal Government ICT landscape, including a changed procurement environment where contracts can be no bigger in value than $100 million or no longer in duration than three years
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
To help New South Wales Police officers crack complex criminal cases, the agency is looking for “creative, innovative and future-driven solutions” to replace its
Topics: IT Services; Software; Cloud; Procurement; Fed.
At least 50 suppliers will join the Whole-of-Government Cloud Services Panel (CSP) over the coming weeks, supplementing the fresh contingent of panellists that have already been added to the arrangement
Topics: IT Services; ICT Strategy; Digital Transformation; Fed.
Accenture and Capgemini’s nomination as the first systems integrators (SIs) to compete for work under the seven-year Welfare Payments Infrastructure Transformation (WPIT) Programme is a departure from the norm for the Department of Human Services (DHS), Intermedium analysis of AusTender contracts has revealed
Topics: IT Services; Software; Hardware; Fed.
A 13-year IT managed services contract between the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources’ (DAWR) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise is now the most amended active contract across the Federal Government, according to Intermedium analysis
Topics: IT Services; ICT Strategy; Shared Services; Fed.
Perth-based ASG Group is the latest in a string of IT services companies to announce takeover bids or separate business divisions in the last 12 months, continuing a trend that has seen a fundamental shift in the composition of the Federal Government IT services market
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