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Reporting period: 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019
|Contractor||Amount ($)||Subject matter||Start date||End date||Confidentiality provisions (1)||Reasons||Confidentiality provisions (2)|
|Centorrino Technologies||205,632||ICT managed services||Feb 2018||Jan 2021||Yes||refer below ^||No|
|Technology One||631,227||Enterprise Resource Planning software||Apr 2018||Mar 2023||Yes||refer below ^||No|
|EY||470,850||Website services||Nov 2018||Oct 2023||Yes||refer below ^||No|
|PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting (Australia)||105,854||Cost-benefit analysis for consultation RIS||Feb 2019||Dec 2019||Yes||refer below ^||No|
(1) Does the contract contain provisions requiring the parties to maintain confidentiality of any of its provisions?
(2) Does the contract contain other requirements of confidentiality?
^ Internal costing / profit information / trade secrets / intellectual property
The accountable authority of the National Transport Commission has assured that the listed contracts do not contain any inappropriate confidentiality provisions.
The estimated cost of complying with this Order (this report only) is $500.00. The estimate is based on staff costs.