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Government Information Technology Conditions (GITC) accreditation

Posted 17 June 2013 by Sean Fishlock (Datalink)

Datalink, with Crisisworks, meets the strict criteria for supply of ICT software and services to government.

Following our national roadshow of Crisisworks, we received a large amount of interest from government organisations outside Victoria, including Australian states and territories and overseas. As we found, news of MECC Central's success in Victoria has traveled far and wide and there is signficant demand for Crisisworks emergency management software which has recently gained users in New South Wales.

To demonstrate our commitment to these markets Datalink made a strategic decision to undertake GITC accreditation.

According to Datalink Managing Director Scott Davey, "achieving GITC accreditation affirms the purposeful evolution of Crisisworks to a platform that's suited for government organisations across Australia. We are very excited to service Queensland government organisations with our web and mobile solutions."

As of May 1 2013, Datalink has been accredited for the following GITC v5 service modules in Queensland:

  • Module 4 - Software Development & Modification
  • Module 5 - Software Support Services
  • Module 6 - Packaged Software
  • Module 8 - ICT Contracting Services
  • Module 9 - ICT Consultancy Services
  • Module 11 - System Integration Services
  • Module 12 - Telecommunications Services
  • Module 13 - Internet Services
  • Module 14 - Data Services

Datalink has worked with large departments such as Queensland Health in the past and several members of the team, including myself, also have strong links to the state. With the GITC accreditation in Queensland we are well placed to work with more Queensland based customers in the years to come.


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