Defence extends IT services contract with Fujitsu

New agreement worth $170 million over the next three years
Defence extends IT services contract with Fujitsu

The Department of Defence has extended an IT services contract with Fujitsu for a further three years as it invests in improving the performance of its network, desktop and data centre environments.

Under the $170 million Distributed Computing Centralised Services agreement, Fujitsu is supplying service desk, service catalogue, information technology services management (ITSM) tools, support, processes, and tasking for server and desktop, email and groupware systems.

Fujitsu has been supplying IT systems and services for the Department of Defence for more than 16 years.

Defence extends Fujitsu contract for $40m.

Mike Foster, CEO at Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand said in a statement: “We have engaged in a major transformation program that is helping Defence better manage and optimise change within its ICT environments.

“Service management is a core focus for us across the region and this engagement highlights the strength of Fujitsu across this domain.”

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