ASX-listed managed services provider, ASG Group (ASX: ASZ), has continued its run of wins with Government tenders, securing a contract with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
The tender that was won in a competitive bid sees ASG replace CSG as the incumbent.
The $8 million, three-year contract, has options to potentially extend to nine years.
Under the contract, ASG will provide services such as help desk, desktop and mid-range infrastructure support services.
ASG chief officer of sales and strategic operations, Murray Rosa, said the win is significant for the group, as it reaffirmed its position in the market.
“As a managed services provider we’re being well received by the Government for our ability to improve efficiencies – Canberra is our fastest growing region.” Rosa said. “Managed services is an experienced market now, and it’s giving tier two players, such as us, opportunities because we have fewer overheads.”
Other government tenders ASG has won recently include the National Museum of Australia, National Capital Authority, IP Australia, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet and Airservices Australia.
Rosa attributed the traction with Government agencies as a significant in reaching its targets for the first half.
“We’re also waiting on some other Government agencies that have released tenders, and will be chasing some more that are due soon,” he said. “While we’re looking at running lean and maximising internal efficiencies, we’re confident of reaching our targets for the second half as well.”