DTA hands contracts to BCG, Deloitte, McKinsey and KPMG

Australia’s Digital Transformation Agency has in the past month handed out tenders worth nearly $2.5 million to large consultancy firms. US-origin Boston Consulting Group has been selected to support two projects. The first is focused on providing advisory and digital expertise to the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA), aimed at improving the agency’s services. The six-week engagement has a contract value of $396,000. The second deal has a value of $3273,000, and focuses on “whole-of-Australian-government ICT policy and governance” support, said a listing on the Digital Marketplace. “The project will identify policy opportunities to optimise funding arrangements for digital and ICT investments – to better support development and sustainment of shared capabilities, and more flexible approaches to resourcing for agile delivery.” In addition, Boston Consulting Group has been tasked with “designing models and processes for digital and ICT decision-making to ensure robust governance of performance, risk, strategic alignment, architecture, investment planning and stakeholder engagement.” The strategy consulting firm is enjoying a close relationship with the DTA in recent months. The firm is one of the lead consultants for its COVIDSafe app, having bagged over $1 millionsince being engaged in the early-stages of the project.

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