To enter into a gitc head agreement, potential suppliers must complete a gitc supplier application form and submit monetary certificates of work coverage and public liability worth a minimum of $5 million. As part of the gitc accreditation procedure, a potential supplier can also apply for accreditation independently without an agency wishing to hire it first. www.purchasing.tas.gov.au/contracts/gitc -(Head-Agreement-and-official-orders) The ICT Professional Services Panel contract includes the following ICT service categories The GITC aims to help Buyers of Tasmania authorities and suppliers in the sector develop formal contracts for the delivery of IT products and services in the most efficient and efficient manner. Tasmania currently uses version 2 (GITC 2) for the purchase of COMPUTER services, regardless of value (see Treasurer`s Instruction 1123 Government Information Technology Conditions). In the event that existing suppliers are unable to provide the necessary services, agencies may hire suppliers outside the panel`s agreement, pursuant to the agreement treasurer`s INSTRUCTION PP-2 Market Approaches, item 2.18. All Tic professional service purchases that are not within the scope of this contract must be made in accordance with the Treasurer`s instructions. Please note that the agreements contain additional information that may terminate certain clauses in certain premiums. Therefore, certain premiums must be read in relation to the applicable agreements. www.purchasing.tas.gov.au/contracts/common-use-contracts-of-the-tasmanian-government/common-use-contracts-index/ict-professional-services-panel-contract – contains links to a list of licensed ICT professional services contractors and information on corporate contacts. A distinction is a legal document that defines the wages and conditions of employment of workers in a given sector or occupation. The Tasmanian Industrial Commission (ICT) must approve all awards registered with Tasmanian State Service staff.

For more information on public sector awards, visit the Tasmanian Industrial Commission website at Rewards – Public Sector. The group is expected to enable ICT professionals to participate in the provision of ICT services worth between $50,000 and $250,000 (excluding GST). This non-compulsory panel agreement is made available to Tasmanian government authorities as well as other authorized organizations, including government companies and government authorities. For more information on public sector agreements, see the Tasmanian Industrial Commission website under “Agreements – Public Sector”. The agreements have a nominal expiry date and a period for which the parties can begin a new round of negotiations for a new agreement.