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Enterprise IT, News - Tuesday, January 15, 2013 14:16 - 1 Comment
news Queensland’s Department of Education, Training and Employment has extended an extremely long-term major IT services contract with supplier Unisys to the value of $29.4 million and simultaneously put a second tranche of IT services work on the market.
With responsibility for schools at all levels as well as TAFE colleges across the state, the department is one of Australia’s largest purchasers of technology-related goods and services. MIS Magazine reported several years ago that the department was responsible for administering more than 200,000 screens — referring to PCs, laptops of thin clients.