Accenture’s newest govt tech gig grows to $70m

Joseph Brookes
Senior Reporter

Accenture will be responsible for another key components of the Agriculture department’s mammoth technology upgrade after nabbing its compute and storage deal, worth more than $30 million.

With the enterprise management contract already in hand, Accenture has now landed contracts worth more than $70 million, according to contract disclosures on Commonwealth procurement website AusTender.

The contracts mark the beginning of a decade long upgrade at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) to improve its research, regulation and service functions. It approached the market last year — its first significant tech refresh in a decade.

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