Press Release | 2023-09-19
Consid secures another contract with the Government Offices in Sweden
IT and communications company Consid has signed a new agreement with the Government Offices (Regeringskansliet). The agreement, concerning system management, extends over four years and is estimated to be worth 55 million Swedish kronor.
– We have been collaborating with the Government Offices for three years, and it is a partnership we are very pleased to continue. Consid being awarded a new contract is the result of a close cooperation based on trust and responsiveness to the needs of the Government Offices, says Peter Hellgren, CEO of Consid.
The new comprehensive agreement between Consid and the Government Offices pertains to IT consultants specializing in system management. As one of two suppliers, the company will provide consultants in database administration, client configuration, server configuration, identity management, system and platform configuration, as well as mobility. The contract is estimated to have a value of 55 million Swedish kronor.
– It is great that we continue to earn the trust of the Government Offices. Everyone who has worked with the client, both our customer manager and consultants, has done a fantastic job in managing and supplying the competence requested by the Government Offices, says Emina Busatlija, Bid Manager at Consid.
Consid has over 20 years of experience working with government agencies and the public sector. In the Government Offices’ evaluation of suppliers, great importance was placed on work processes, routines ensuring the right expertise, and demonstrating continuity in staffing and communication at the start of assignments. Consid received the highest quality score and was awarded the contract as the primary supplier.
– We have a strong and experienced delivery organization that has been involved in many similar assignments before. This gives us a well-established work approach and clarity in the assignment. We are very proud of our organization, and being awarded this contract is a great validation that the hard work we put in pays off, says Peter Hellgren.