Melbourne service provider Huon Associates has won a place on a panel for $4.5 million-worth of IT deals at Victoria's Department of Human Services (DHS).
DHS was seeking IT providers to develop new applications and supply IT services for the department, the company said in a statement.
The total value of the projects was around $4.5 million, split into some 600 small projects over three years, Huon Associates said.
Andrew Bennett, chief executive at Huon Associates, said the panel place would help it add to its stable of government department deals, such as with Tourism Victoria.
"DHS was seeking suitably qualified and experienced parties to supply software development, consultancy, maintenance, and other IT services," the company said.
The Department of Human Services masterminded delivery of a range of health, housing and community services to various residents in Victoria, Huon Associates said.
Huon Associates was formed in 1996 to provide IT consultancy and development services.
The company boasts customers for its "co-operative in-sourcing" services in insurance, tourism and other tertiary industries.
Clients included motoring body AAA Tourism, insurance underwriter Dexta, specialist consumer services provider Assist Australia, government department Tourism Victoria, club body Australian Motoring Services and community organisation Bicycle Victoria.