RESEND: Datacom wins A$242M Australian federal health IT contract

Wed, 01 Apr 2015

(Resends to show currency is Australian dollars) April 1 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland-based IT services firm Datacom has won a A$242 million contract to provide infrastructure and support services to the Australian federal Department of Health following what the company says was a "fiercely competitive process." Datacom group chief executive Jonathan Ladd said in a statement the contract represented a departure from normal contract terms by making Datacom responsible for a range of agreed outcomes while leaving Datacom free to determine the...

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