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Microsoft public sector manager returns to Ministry of Health

Microsoft public sector manager returns to Ministry of Health

All of Government agreement delivered, Sue Gordon takes government role

Sue Gordon exits Microsoft New Zealand

Sue Gordon exits Microsoft New Zealand

The Ministry of Health has appointed Microsoft New Zealand executive Sue Gordon to the role of deputy director-general corporate services.

Gordon was most recently public sector manager at the tech giant, working with government agencies and negotiating and delivering the all-of-government Microsoft agreement, the three-year G2018 Framework.

Before Microsoft, Gordon held senior management roles at Land Information NZ and the Ministry for Economic Development leading their corporate functions.

For Gordon the move is a return: her first management role was HR manager in the Ministry of Health.

The G2018 deal is a cross-government volume licensing agreement that includes subscription-based, perpetual, and cloud services licensing, aggregating current and future agency demand for volume discounts while providing agencies with a transition path to cloud and hybrid deployments.

It is available through Microsoft Licensing Solution Partners Cyclone Computer, Datacom, Dimension Data, Fujitsu, Insight Enterprises and Spark Digital.


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