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Monday, 24 August 2020 15:37

archTIS, KPMG partner to win contract with Commonwealth national security agency Featured

archTIS CEO Daniel Lai archTIS CEO Daniel Lai

Canberra-based technology company archTIS has entered into a contractual agreement with professional services firm KPMG to provide resources to conduct a number of specialised security services for a Commonwealth national security agency.

The agreement will see archTIS contribute resources with a focus on security architecture, information sharing, integration and cross domain services, to the value of $400,000.

The contract has commenceed and is expected to be in place for approximately three months.

archTIS chief executive Daniel Lai said: “archTIS is very pleased to be engaged with KPMG, a leader in digital consulting,to deliver these important services for this Commonwealth National Security Agency”.

“This demonstrates that our Partner program is delivering results as a key part of our overall go to market strategy. It also demonstrates the regard which archTIS,and the intellectual property it has developed,is being embraced by industry leaders,” said Lai.

“There has never been a more important time to get information security right for our clients, given the amount of investment the government is injectinginto secure information sharing,and the size of the threat. archTIS is proudto contribute to such an important cause as Australia’s national security.”

This is the third Federal Government contract that archTIS has signed. In October last year, the company said it had signed up the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission as the first intelligence agency to use its content and collaboration cloud service, Kojensi Gov.

Prior to that, in September 2019, archTIS signed a deal with the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department as the first Australian Government client for Kojensi Gov.

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