Data #3 wins Queensland government computer contract

Data #3 wins Queensland government computer contract

Three-year agreement covers PCs, servers and mobile devices

System integrator Data #3 (ASX: DTL) has been reappointed as a panel supplier to the Queensland government with the awarding of a computer hardware and associated services contract.

The three-year QGCPO 861-12 panel agreement includes desktop PCs, laptops, servers, mobile devices and associated services. There is an option to extend it for a further two years. Data#3 will be an exclusive supplier of HP hardware.

The company previously supplied products and services to the government under a six-year QP-707 contract.

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According to Data#3 managing director John Grant, it has worked with the Queensland government since 1984.

“We have invested significantly to ensure the product, services and procurement solutions we provide aligns with the adaptability the government needs to achieve its objectives,” he said in a statement.

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