Atea has won a new frame agreement with the Norwegian Police worth NOK 600m (€59m) over four years.
Atea is the Nordics largest VAR, logging revenues of a $3.8bn.
Its latest public sector win covers client devices including PCs, tablets and mobile phones, as well as related services and accessories for them.
The Norwegian Police has indicated that there is the potential for the agreement to be extended for another two years.
The deal is in effect a renewal under a new frame agreement, as Atea was the previous sole supplier for the Norwegian Police.
CEO Steinar Sønsteby welcomed the fact that Atea will remain the only reseller to deliver on the new contract.
"The agreement reinforces Atea's position as the leading provider of digital solutions to the Norwegian market," he said.
"Atea aims to provide the Norwegian Police with a better, cheaper and more effective IT platform to support its productivity and digitalisation initiatives."
In 2018, The Oslo-based firm derived around 60 per cent of its group revenues from public sector contracts.
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