Canberra based managed services provider, Citadel Group (ASX:CGL), has signed a contract with an Australian Federal Government agency.
The move follows the recent announcement that the company acquired software and services company, Kapish, for about $17.5 million.
As per the terms of the contract, Citadel Group will provide the Federal Government agency with a broad suite of “strategic integration and partnering services”.
This includes the provision of business advisory, design, information management and innovative technology implementations as part of a major ICT transformation programme.
Citadel Group did not name the Federal Government agency, nor have specific contractual terms been disclosed as a result of strict confidentiality obligations.
But the company did disclose, on the ASX, that this agency represents a new client for the business for these services.
It also mentioned that the initial term of the contract is for three years, and work and earnings will commence immediately.
The contract was won under a competitive tender.
Citadel Group said the win reflects its ability to deliver technology solutions covering mission critical IT systems and demonstrates its ability to showcase the quality of Australian companies relative to global competitors.