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NSW government taps 13 IT companies for ICT services panel

12 Feb 18

The NSW government has named a panel of 13 IT companies to provide end-user services to government departments as part of its whole-of-government 999 ICT end user devices and services contract.

The 13 organisations - which include Ingram Micro, Data#3, Acer and Lenovo - will provide services including asset tagging, pre-delivery configuration, pre-delivery imaging, basic installation, extended installation, sanitisation services, decommission services and disposal services to NSW government departments. 

The government says it finalised the list of organisations following a competitive procurement process, with the following companies making the cut;

  • Acer Computer Australia   
  • ACT Logistics   
  • Anabelle Bits (trading as ASI Solutions)
  • APCD   
  • Data#3 
  • Dell Australia 
  • Fujitsu Australia
  • HP PPS Australia   
  • Industry Trading    
  • Ingram Micro   
  • Lenovo (Australia & New Zealand)
  • Toshiba Client Solutions ANZ  
  • Winc Australia  (formerly trading as Staples Australia)

The 999 ICT panel is separated into two distinct lots, with the first lot - which has been previously announced - providing devices such as desktops, notebooks, tablets, monitors and thin clients. 

Lot 1 consisted of a range of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and hardware companies including;

  • Acer Computer Australia
  • Arcadia Corporation, (Trading as EIZO Oceania)
  • Dell Australia 
  • Dream Industrial, (Trading as Pioneer Computers) 
  • Fujitsu Australia 
  • HP PPS Australia
  • Lenovo (Australia & New Zealand)
  • Toshiba Client Solutions ANZ 
  • Microsoft 

Contract 999 lot 1 (devices) is effective from 1 August 2017 until 31 July 2019, while lot 2 (services) is effective from 15 December 2017 until 30 November 2019.

Services and pricing are available for browsing through the NSW government’s NSWBuy eCatalogues portal.

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