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R-Group and HP join WA government supplier panel

R-Group and HP join WA government supplier panel

It qualified for two categories under the CUA including network and IP telephony products.

Western Australia-based ICT provider, R-Group International along with HP, has become a supplier under the Western Australia Government’s Common Use Arrangement (CUA) providing network infrastructure solutions.

R-Group managing director, Josh Newton, said it was a major step for the company.

“As a locally-based ICT provider, we have significant experience in delivering business driven technology solutions and support across Western Australia,” Newton said.

It qualified for two categories under the CUA including network and IP telephony products. It also involves end-to-end network solutions suitable for network infrastructure fit outs of new buildings and Greenfield sites.

The CUA is used by government departments in the Perth area. It was established to assist agencies in delivering network and communications infrastructure in new and existing facilities.

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