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Contract awarded for the operation of the Macau SAR Government Data Centre

The Macau branch of a company headquartered in Hong Kong, Macroview Telecom (Macao) Limited, has been awarded an MOP8 million, three-year contract to provide services for the operation of the Government Data Centre for the Administration and Public Administration Services Department, according to a dispatch published in the Official Gazette yesterday. The contract awarded to […]

The Macau branch of a company headquartered in Hong Kong, Macroview Telecom (Macao) Limited, has been awarded an MOP8 million, three-year contract to provide services for the operation of the Government Data Centre for the Administration and Public Administration Services Department, according to a dispatch published in the Official Gazette yesterday.
The contract awarded to Macroview Telecom will be divided into three annual instalments starting from 2017, with MOP1.19 million paid in the first year, MOP3.98 million in 2018, and MOP2.79 million in 2019.
Founded in 1991, Macroview Telecom specializes in ‘internetworking’ solutions, as a provider of information and communication technology (ICT) solutions for data, telecom services, and network security.
The company currently operates seven offices and round-the-clock technical support centres in Macau, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing, Dongguan, and Shenzhen.
In addition to services for local telecom operators Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau (CTM) and Hutchison Telecom, the company also provides services to some of the casinos and hotels in the city, including Galaxy Resorts, Ponte 16, and Grand Waldo.
The provision of centralized services for the management of government data complies with the Macau SAR’s strategy to ‘further strengthen the development of the security system and standards system for electronic governance,’ according to information available on the Macau SAR e-Government portal operating under the Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau.

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