Fujitsu Australia has been added to the Whole of Government Internet Based Network Connection Services (IBNCS) panel.
The company was appointed to the panel by the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) following a competitive tender issued in August 2010.
“Inclusion in the IBNCS panel places Fujitsu in a strategic position to provide end-to-end telecommunications and networking services to government agencies and confirms Fujitsu’s place as a key supplier to Commonwealth Government,” Fujitsu group executive director, Australian Government, Phil McCormack, said.
“Our inclusion in this and other Commonwealth Government procurement panels ensures that Fujitsu is well placed and has the ability to compete for Commonwealth Government business.”
Fujitsu expects to leverage its significant presence, skills base and ongoing investments in Australia to improve efficiencies for Commonwealth Government Agencies.
“Our inclusion on the panel recognises Fujitsu as one of a select group of providers that has proven its ability to meet the needs of Commonwealth Government for telecommunications carriage services, including major internet connections,” McCormack said.
“This appointment also complements our strategy of a greater focus on network solutions, which is reinforced by our recent success as a new developments partner for the NBN.”
This appointment follows Fujitsu’s recent membership in the Data Centre Migration Services (DCMS) and Telecommunications Management (TMAN) panels.