ASG wins $41m federal govt contract

31/03/2010 - 14:32

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The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet have awarded Perth-based ASG Group an IT contract valued at $41 million over nine years.

The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet have awarded Perth-based ASG Group an IT contract valued at $41 million over nine years.


Under the terms of the contract, ASG Group will deliver an expanded range of services including, Service Desk, Desktop, Server/Network Services and Project Services.

The contract extends across a broader range of PM&C portfolio agencies including the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Old Parliament House, Australia Parliament House and the National Water Commission.

ASG Group chief officer sales and strategic operations Murray Rosa was pleased to announce the contract with PM&C.

"This contract represents a significant broadening of our relationship with PM&C in terms of revenue generation, duration of contract and services offered.

"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.

"We are looking forward to delivering the now expanded services and to leverage our existing knowledge base to develop solutions to meet PM&C's ever changing needs," he said.

ASG Group has secured $112 million in new contracts in 2010 including a $13 million contract with the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, a $23 million contract with the WA Department of Education and a $35 million contract with Western Power.

ASG Group also recently announced the acquisition of Melbourne-based IT consulting firm, Dowling Consulting and continues to assess a number of acquisition opportunities.

Shares in ASG closed up 8.5c to $1.335 today.

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