The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet will have its desktops, servers and networks serviced by ASX-listed ASG Group (ASX:ASZ), in a deal worth up to $41 million over nine years.
In a statement to the ASX ASG chief officer of strategic operations Murray Rosa said the win extended a relationship with the department that also covers “Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Old Parliament House, Australia Parliament House and the National Water Commission”.
“ASG has been providing IT services to PM&C since 2004 and we are very pleased to have the opportunity to continue and improve this relationship,” Rosa said in the statement.
In February, ASG picked up a five-year $35 million contract with Western Power and unveiled a new data centre.
Under that deal, ASG will provide mid-range infrastructure, VoIP and network services to the Western Australian electricity utility. Western Power will also be one of the foundation customers at the new ASG data centre facility.
The service provider also recently scooped a $23 million deal with the Department of Education in Western Australia.
ASG will take care of the department's Oracle applications, database administration and server operations for three years with two one-year extensions available.
The service provider now says its wins in 2010 total $112 million in new contracts.