Tech inertia has caused serious headaches for Tasmania in recent years but it appears that this is now finally being addressed.
Tag: ICT procurement reform
Consolidation of the vast and often confusing web of information and communication technology panels is a key trend of Federal Government procurement reform.
Contracts over $100 million for IT services continue to be signed by the Federal government – albeit rarely – two years after the Digital Transformation Agency’s $100 million cap took effect in August 2017.
The Queensland Government is another step closer to its ideal procurement landscape, seeking industry input on ways to future-proof their Whole-of-Government (WofG) procurement and contracts management systems.
Procurement reform is a key tenet of digital transformation. Several jurisdictions have taken steps to implement more flexible, simplified procurement processes, with the federal Digital Marketplace, the New South Wales ICT Services Scheme, and the Victorian eServices Register all being examples of contemporary procurement arrangements aimed at making government business more accessible
In Focus 18: How cloud, the ‘no such thing as a big project’ mentality, and digital transformation are affecting government procurement.
In most Australian jurisdictions, rigid, risk-adverse approaches to government procurement are beginning to be replaced with flexible, simplified procurement processes aimed at
Topics: Software; IT Services; Hardware; Labour hire; Telco; Procurement; Qld.
As part of its ongoing procurement reform, the Queensland Government has streamlined its process for suppliers to gain QAssure and
In what could be its biggest ICT procurement reform since 2005, the South Australian Government plans to establish a suite of re-considered and re-aligned whole-of-government ICT contracts to replace the 15 contracts currently in place across the State.
According to a background document aimed at potential new suppliers to the State Government, the first approach to...