Department of Employment hands Optus $3m for telephony gear

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Department of Employment hands Optus $3m for telephony gear

The Federal Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business has awarded Optus a contract to provide telephony hardware.

The $3 million deal involves the provision of handsets, headsets and other telephony equipment, a department spokesperson told CRN.

Details on hardware vendors supplied were not disclosed.

The contract was awarded through the Digital Transformation Agency’s Hardware Marketplace Panel, a 94-supplier panel covering enterprise storage, network equipment, network cabling, end user computing, and enterprise computing.

Tender documents from Austender reveal the contract runs from September 2019 to September 2020.

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