The areas of the framework agreement are: project management; specification and architecture services; application/software development and maintenance; solution development and maintenance; testing services; data security, audits and preparation; and technology and infrastructure development services.
- This is a significant step forward for us and consolidates further our position as IT service provider for central government. We are happy to be able to continue providing data-secure, user-friendly and cost-effective electronic public administration services, says Miila Päivärinne, VP Sales and Marketing for Cybercom Finland.
Hansel is the procurement unit referred to in the Act on Public and is responsible for competitive tendering for comprehensive procurement for central government. Hansel's customers include central government organisations, such as ministries, government agencies and institutions. It organises competitive tendering on products and framework agreements on services.
The overall procurement volume taking place through the framework agreement is estimated to be EUR 150 million during the agreement period. An appeal can be submitted on the public procurement decision by 6 May.
- This is a very significant framework agreement that opens new possibilities for Cybercom. It is very important for us as it strengthen our position as IT service provider in public sector in Finland, says Niklas Flyborg, President and CEO, Cybercom.
For further information, please contact:
Niklas Flyborg, President and CEO +46 705 94 96 78
Miila Päivärinne, VP Sales and marketing, Cybercom Finland +358 466 000 898
Kristina Cato, Communications and IR Manager +46 708 64 47 02