NG Bailey awarded IT services contracts worth £10m

HM Naval Base in Portsmouth. Picture CC credit score: Rab Lawrence – flickr

NG Bailey’s IT Services company, part of its Providers division, has secured agreements worth more than £10 million to aid Fujitsu in providing a range of solutions for the Ministry of Defence (MoD).

NG Bailey spent some time working with Fujitsu for six yrs. A lot of the work has been delivered within the Defence Connectivity System Services project and can see a group of NG Bailey IT experts providing break-fix capacity for passive infrastructure on the MoD estate through the entire UK, North and cyprus West Europe.

From Might, the united team will undoubtedly be supporting a significant amount of locations for Information LAN services, with voice maintenance companies being provided at the sizeable amount of locations also.

The passive infrastructure includes Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6a and cat6 data cabling, all sorts of Fibre Optics telephony and mediums. The contract also contains a variety of service level agreements to make certain key infrastructure remains available at any hour.

The next contract which began in March, is area of the Future Maritime Support Programme based at HM Naval Base in Portsmouth.  The united team will undoubtedly be delivering a fast-paced installing new internal and external communications infrastructure, including civils, electrical and containment work.

NG Bailey’s IT Services Defence Sector Director Tim Briggs-Mould, said: “We’ve supported critical defence projects throughout our hundred-year history and we’ve demonstrated proven delivery capability and experience to both Fujitsu and the MoD.”

Kelly Tedesco, Managing Director of NG Bailey’s IT Services Division, added: “This contract win reflects the effectiveness of our Services offering, in addition to our relationship with Fujitsu.

“Because of this project we demonstrated our clear technical expertise, which coupled with our strong understanding of the sector, means our clients are confident that people can deliver these complex and important projects.”