DTA begins Cloud Services Panel refresh

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Monday, 02 July, 2018

DTA begins Cloud Services Panel refresh

The Digital Transformation Agency has opened its Cloud Services Panel procurement platform to new sellers for the third time.

The whole-of-government Cloud Services Panel provides products and services to agencies looking for cloud services. So far 138 agencies have released quote requests through the panel, which lists more than 500 products and services from more than 180 vendors.

New providers seeking to list on the portal will be able to submit an application until 30 July. Tender documents have now been released on the AusTender platform.

Starting from next year, the panel will be opened for new sellers every three months, with new online submissions and evaluation methods planned aimed at accelerating the process of joining.

Meanwhile, new submissions are being added every month, with providers able to propose new service and categories in between panel refreshes.

The DTA also announced that it is working to update the portal in response to user feedback, aiming to make access faster and more convenient for buyers.

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