The NT Department of Corporate & Information Services (DCIS) has provided the following update with respect to the hardware sourcing Tenders:
Feedback for three tenders is now being sought via Tenders Online - https://tendersonline.nt.gov.au
DCIS are in the process of finalising the Printer RFT and this is expected to be released to market in the next couple weeks.
A draft scope of services for servers, CISCO network equipment and UPSs is now on QTOL. DCIS encourage all to review and provide feedback on those...Read news article
ICTIA will be holding a member event on Tuesday 13th December. Deputy Chief Executive DCIS - Chris Hosking and CCSRP Programme Manager – Sean Fellows will be presenting an overview of the CCSRP Programme inclusive of the various work streams and forward look at resourcing requirements. The CCSRP project is the largest ICT project being undertaken within the NTG (100M+) and represents significant opportunities for local business to get involved. Members are strongly encouraged to attend.
When: Tuesday 13th December
Where: Captovate Office - Level 1, 22 Cavenagh Street, Darwin...
The Northern Territory Chapters of the ACS, ICTNT, ITSMF and AISA invite you to attend the IT Industry Christmas Connect. Entry fee is by donation of $10 for members or $5 for students and will benefit Variety the Children's Charity. Thursday 7th December from 4:00pm onwards at Rorkes, 22 Mitchell Street, DarwinRead news article
The Annual General Meeting for the ICT Industry Association of the NT was held on the afternoon of Wednesday 19 October 2016 and the following members were voted into the committee positions unopposed:
|Chairman||Scott Wright - VTG|
|Vice Chair||Michael Feldbauer -...|
Invitation from Mark Blackburn, Executive Manager, City of Darwin
Smart Cities and Suburbs Program
The Australian Government is establishing a $50 million competitive Smart Cities and Suburbs Program. The Program will support local governments to fast-track innovative technology solutions that improve long-standing urban problems. The Program seeks to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of urban service delivery, infrastructure and planning to improve the liveability of cities and their suburbs.
The Australian Government expects a wide variety of...Read news article
The Department of Corporate and Information Services (NTG) is in the process of preparing to go to market for the ‘Implementation, Support and Maintenance of a Comprehensive, Integrated Client-Centric Clinical Management System’ on behalf of the Department of Health (NTG).
An industry consultation is to be held to discuss the proposed tender opportunity and brief the market on the requirements, process and timeframes. Please note this Industry Consultation is in relation to the acquisition of the core clinical system. Consultation for the associated supporting contracts will occur...Read news article
The presentations shown below were presented at unwrapped June 2015. To the best of the presenter knowledge these presentations were correct at the time of unwrapped. The specific circumstances of each NT government agency may change over time without notice and the content of these presentations should not be considered to be a guarantee of future direction or service requirements.
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The Business Technology Conference/Expo is the must visit event for Territory business people who want to keep up to date with all the latest solutions available to help then grow their business, improve productivity and improve the customer experience, as well as take advantage of the strategic and tactical advice that will be available to help them.
It combines an exhibition offering a comprehensive range of solutions and products from a wide range of exhibitors, from leading enterprise resource planning vendors to smaller,...Read news article
26 Apr 2013
Joint media release with the Prime Minister, the Hon Julia Gillard MP
A new IT-enabled centre in Darwin will help to transform Indigenous teaching, learning and research across northern Australia. The Prime Minister today officially opened the Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education (ACIKE) in Darwin.
The Centre will use technology to overcome the barrier of distance. It will include new research and teaching facilities and a literacy...