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NEC wins $27m WA Health contract

NEC Australia has won a $27 million eight-year contract with Western Australia's Department of Health for the supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance of internet protocol-capable PBX telephone systems.

in brief NEC Australia has won a $27 million eight-year contract with Western Australia's Department of Health for the supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance of internet protocol-capable PBX telephone systems.

The contract was awarded 30 April, almost a year after the tender closed on 8 May last year.

According to the Western Australia tender website, there were eight submissions to the tender.

Around this time last year, NEC cut 153 staff from its Australian operation.

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