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Clarification: AFRY signs IT agreement with the Swedish Legal, Financial and Administrative Services Agency worth approx MSEK 100 per year

Wed, 05/19/2021 - 10:16

With reference to the previous press release, AFRY wants to clarify the order value of the framework agreement. The agreement regarding IT and consulting services to help the public sector with its IT needs, is expected to have an estimated order value for AFRY of approximately 100 million SEK per year. The total estimated value of the agencies procurment is BSEK 6 for all suppliers over a period of four years.

AFRY signs IT agreement with the Swedish Legal, Financial and Administrative Services Agency
The Legal, Financial and Administrative Services Agency is responsible for procurement activities within the state procurement coordination. 

Now, AFRY is part of the agency’s framework agreement on IT and consulting services, which includes assignments such as management of IT projects, architecture and development as well as consulting services. The agreement applies to state administrative authorities and enterprises, AP funds, Swedish courts and foreign authorities.

“We are very proud and happy to take part in this framework agreement. Through AFRY's large capacity and experience in digitalisation and IT delivery, AFRY is one of nine companies in each area to have won the framework agreement for IT consulting services. This is in line with AFRY's investment in digitalisation and sustainability,” says Jens Andersson, Vice Business Area Manager IT Solutions at AFRY.

Through the framework agreement, AFRY will be able to deliver services to public operations in large parts of Sweden. From October 2022, deliveries will be applicable throughout the country.

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