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DTA Names Telecoms Suppliers

CANBERRA: The Digital Transformation Agency – part of the Federal Government’s social services portfolio – has named 26 suppliers to form part of its whole-of-government telecoms procurement marketplace.

The 26 include Avaya Australia, the Deloitte group, Macquarie Telecom, MyNetFone, NTT Com, Optus, Telstra, TPG Network, Unisys Australia and the Vocus group.

Services to be provided are said to include data and Internet carriage, fixed-line voice services, managed network and voice services, dark fibre services, contact-centre systems and satellite services, among others.

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