Information and communication technologies

Councils are able to access this panel to procure a wide range of ICT goods and services. The Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) Panel has been established in partnership with the Local Government Information Technology Group of SA (LGITSA) – who have worked to ensure an up-to-date and relevant range of services for councils.

This is a SA-specific arrangement tailored to suit the needs of councils across the State.

Goods and services available:


Hardware - traditional ICT, hardware support operations, networking, devices connect to ICT network, mobile devices (including tablets & smartphones), audio/visual (AV including interactive white boards and information display panels), emerging hardware, library and community, print/scanning (including 3D) and CCTV equipment, network communications.

Hardware disposal - including disposal of uninterruptable power supplies and disposal of batteries.

Associated services - including custom and third party hardware as required, integration services, business process improvements - RevuMap, Kodak Capture Pro Software Licensing, installation, configuration and training, IAAS, BAAS, DRAAS, high speed fibre and SHDSL services, tagging, wiping, leasing, AMS services, GIS services, MSM/SCV services, implementation services for specialised network security solutions software and media destruction.

Specialist ICT consultancy - strategy, project and program, solution provision, service management, information management and records management service and procurement and quality.

Managed services - ICT infrastructure service, network management services, middleware services, collaboration services and ICT management capability

Innovative products - Smart City and other related emerging technologies such as micro-grids, smart grids and ‘internet of things’ initiatives. New technologies such as blockchain, augmented reality, virtual reality, drone technologies, LIDAR, and computer aided design.

A number of suppliers are able to offer cloud services or are able to access the federal government’s Cloud Contract which is available to all federal, state and local government agencies across Australia.  Click here to access the Australian Government’s ICT Procurement Portal and follow the User Registration process to self-register.

Click here to see a list of the organisations eligible to access this contract.

This contract can be accessed via VendorPanel.

Before undertaking your VendorPanel Request for Quote, prepare a specification using the templates below or your own documentation.

Contract 16-001 - RFQ Template 
Contract 16-001 - RFQ Template Attachment A 

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ICT Managed Contract introduction
See this video tour of the LGA Procurement contracts process including a simple "How to obtain your Quote" - provided by our Partner in this Contract, LGITSA. LGA Procurement wishes the acknowledge and thank them for their valuable input.

Key contract information

Contract numberLGAP 16-001
Contract start date26 August 2016
Contract expiry date31 March 2021
Extension optionsNil remaining
Procurement methodRFQ through VendorPanel 
LGAP RFQ template

Contract 16-001 - RFQ Template 
Contract 16-001 - RFQ Template Attachment A