Federal Police frames Data#3 for $6m in software and services

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Federal Police frames Data#3 for $6m in software and services

Data#3 has scored another multi-million-dollar Microsoft licensing deal with a federal government agency.

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has shelled out just over $6 million to the company for Microsoft software licensing, support and maintenance.

The contract is part of Data#3’s whole-of-government Microsoft volume licensing agreement it signed with the Digital Transformation Agency.

“The engagement with Data #3 Limited relates to a new contract for software and related services,” an AFP spokesperson told CRN.

The contract runs for three years, starting from 23 September 2019 to 30 June 2022.

The deal is Data#3’s third contract in October 2019 alone worth over $1 million, following a $7 million software asset management deal with the Department of Infrastructure and an $80 million deal with the Department of Defence.

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