Microsoft Enterprise Agreement contract

This contract offers a supplier for buying and servicing Microsoft enterprise products.


This contract offers a supplier for buying and servicing Microsoft enterprise products. This includes the Office suite, Yammer, Teams, cloud storage and database management such as SQL server, Windows Server, Project and Visio.

Lead agency: Department of Government Services

Conditions of use: Non-mandatory

Contract reference number: DPC-ICT-04-2020

Arrangement type: Sole supplier

Start date: 1 April 2020

End date: 31 March 2026

Key benefits

Key benefits include:

  • a common system across the entire government
  • flexibility for transferring or changing licences
  • higher mobility
  • multiple devices for every person
  • identity management and security
  • collaboration over Yammer enterprise
  • online service teams for cloud products

What’s covered

This contract covers main areas of Microsoft services:

  • Microsoft enterprise products including Office 365, Windows, SQL server, Windows Server, Project, Visio, Azure, Microsoft Intune, Dynamics CRM, Teams and Yammer
  • both Office 365 E3 and E5 versions, including the secure productive enterprise product which includes extra security features
  • a cloud-based click to run deployment model.

Supplier details


ABN: 31 010 545 267
Address: Level 4, 55 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank, VIC, 3006
Contact name: George De Bono
Role: Manager – Licensing Solutions, Victoria & Tasmania
Phone: 1300 232 823
Mobile: 0435 952 813
Note: Include in any emails

Microsoft Operations Pte Limited

ABN: 29 002 589 460
Address: Level 5, 4 Freshwater Place, Southbank VIC 3006
Contact name: Scott Wilson
Role: Account Director
Phone: 03 9286 3212
Mobile: 0412 705 952

Agencies can negotiate their own terms with Microsoft directly.

How buyers join this contract

Buyers need to request access to the confidential information system to join this contract.

How buyers use this contract

Buyers must follow the rules of use when using this contract.

Step 1: Understand your data obligations

Buyers must follow all relevant data and security laws.

Before using the contract conduct a privacy and risk assessment.

Step 2: Products as a service

Before using enterprise desktop products ‘as a service’ contact the Agency's services manager.