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‘Cloud first’ requirement applies to Qld Prime Integrator

by Ammy Singh •
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The ICT environment at 1 William Street, Brisbane is expected to act as a catalyst for broader Queensland public sector changes by facilitating activity-based working arrangements and greater collaboration between the public and private sectors.

An Expression of Interest (EOI) has been issued by the Department of Science, IT, Innovation and the Arts (DSITIA) for the engagement of a Prime ICT Services Integrator for the landmark multi-agency building. A panel of ICT Service Prime Integrators for future multi-tenant government buildings will also be established by the same EOI.

DSITIA has outlined a desire to develop 1 William Street into a “showpiece for a building of the future”, aiming for it to be “modern, innovative and designed for a creative and adaptable workplace”.

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