Accenture to Manage Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs Radio System

Accenture has competitively won a 33-month contract to provide project management and application outsourcing in support of Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications‘ Productive and Reliable Telecommunications Network for Radio system.

“We are honored that the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has selected Accenture as a partner to improve its cost structure and provide technical support for the PARTNER system,” said Yasuhiro Nishimori, Accenture’s health & public service executive heading all firm work with the Ministry.

The contract calls for Accenture to improve and maintain operational efficiency of the PARTNER system, according to the announcement. Nishimori also indicated that Accenture will aim to help the Ministry combine efficient budget management with higher operational quality system.
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