NSW Finance sets cost of Microsoft services at $14.3M

Microsoft has closed a $14.3 million deal with the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) under the NSW Government Microsoft Enterprise Agreement.

In July, the New South Wales Government announced a deal with Microsoft, Salesforce and telecommunications providers allowing agencies to receive the best price when seeking their services.

At the time, the NSW Government said the deal with Microsoft allowed for licence portability across agencies and increases consistency in pricing and service delivery.

The Microsoft agreement is for a three-year period and commenced on 1 June 2018, with the whole of government contract including one 36-month extension option.

“The agreement allows NSW Government agencies to purchase Microsoft licences at discount rates set for the NSW Government,” a DFSI spokesperson told ARN.

Algolia Reports

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