More than 4,470 sales opportunities were published on the market and 336 were registered. This is a group of vendors (172) grouped into 26 software classes and 6 service classes that can do business with the government to provide you with your software needs. According to the DBA, more than $1.5 billion of contracts have been awarded to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The digital market is home to more than 2,700 sellers, 90 per cent of whom are SMEs. The Digital Transformation Agency has announced that its digital marketplace has reached a new $2 billion mark of contracts. The DBA continues to develop volume agreements to ensure that agencies have access to the best prices and conditions that benefit from the government`s purchasing power. Volume acquisition agreements have been concluded with several large private companies, which the DBA believes will contribute significant savings to the state and ultimately to taxpayers. – Category 1: Microsoft Licensing Solutions Provider for Microsoft software, services and services under the sourcing volume agreement (VSA available only for Commonwealth companies). Data 3 is the only Category 1 provider. Marketplace software aims to make buying and selling software and services easy, clear and fast for buyers and sellers. It also means that SMEs will have the opportunity to be direct players. The new agreement means that government agencies wishing to cooperate with Third-Party Support for Enterprise Software could now do so at the national level.
The Marketplace software is supported by the software and service licensing panel. The stand id number for this panel is SON3490955. Australia has enthusiastically advanced digital transformation across government. Finally, it founded a new general administration agreement for volume acquisition. The DTA says the figures show that the marketplace, created in 2016 to accelerate the transformation of the government`s digital procurement processes, has made it easier for SMEs to do business with the government and win contracts for a number of services and products, including software, hardware, telecommunications and digital and cloud services. Commonwealth Corporate Units (CCEs) and public and territorial authorities and other Australian government authorities may use these contracts and panels on a case-by-case basis. We continue to improve the market and look forward to all the feedback you would like to share with us. We will enter into more formal agreements with our buyers` and sellers` associations throughout the year to gather your feedback. In the meantime, if you have any comments you would like to share, we`d like to hear it, ICTprocurement@dta.gov.au both categories are supported by the COTS Software Licensing and Services panel agreement. Some of the software classes at your disposal include. B financial and accounting systems, database management and geographic and spatial information systems. Use Marketplace software to purchase standard commercial software Our markets, panels and arrangements simplify the process of purchasing your digital products and services.
They facilitate the access of public buyers to sellers with higher conditions and prices. For Commonwealth non-corporate units (NCEs), it is mandatory to use the following contracts and panels for the purchase of certain products and services.