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Defence reveals ICT services panellists

Defence reveals ICT services panellists

ASG, DXC Technology, Dialog named among 32 providers

Australia’s Department of Defence has announced the 32 providers for its information communication and technology provider panel.

Within the groups, ASG Group, Araza, Dialog, DXC Technology and DWS are among the panellists that will offer digital services for the government, with the ICT services panel set to run until 24 June 2023.

Defence released a request for tender (RFT) on 30 January, in a bid to establish its new information communication and technology provider arrangement (ICTPA).

As previously reported by ARN, the ICTPA is a new panel arrangement and covers three service towers: systems integration; application services; and IT services.

The new panel arrangement is aimed at replacing the department’s outgoing Applications Managed Services Partnership Arrangement (AMSPA) scheme, worth $340 million over its five-year life-span.

The expiring AMSPA scheme, which was established in 2011, and saw Accenture, BAE Systems Australia, CSC, IBM, and HP Australia chosen as preferred industry partners for major Defence contracts over the past five years.

The aim of the new panel arrangement is to enable the department to become a “smarter and more sophisticated buyer of ICT services through the implementation of an adaptive sourcing framework”, the RFT documents stated.

The move to fill its incoming IT services procurement panel arrangement with local suppliers follows a call in December last year for partners to populate a new procurement panel for the provision of internet services to its forces in Australia and around the world.

The full list of providers:

  1. ABB Enterprise Software
  2. Accenture
  3. Adactin Group
  4. AGIS Group
  5. ASG Group
  6. Atos
  7. Araza
  8. Cogito Group
  9. Deloitte
  10. Dialog
  11. DWS (NSW)
  12. DXC Technology
  13. Envista
  14. Ernst & Young
  15. Exeter
  16. Fujitsu
  17. IBM
  18. Icemedia
  19. Infosys
  20. Jacobs
  21. KPMG
  22. Leidos
  23. NEC
  24. Northrop Grumman
  25. Noventus
  26. oobe
  27. Optus Networks
  28. RPSPM
  29. Softel Systems Business
  30. Southern Cross Computing
  31. The Gruden Group
  32. Unisys


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