About this Event
When a government agency sources a digital solution, it must take into account a multitude of policies, strategies and regulations. Security is a major area of focus, with several mandates in place that all agencies must adhere to, and others that are subject to firm guidance and advice.
Sellers can save themselves time and effort in the tendering and negotiation stages of a procurement by knowing, in advance, what security conditions are non-negotiable, which ones are up for discussion, and what key security concerns are at the front of government buyers’ minds. This session aims to provide sellers with a basic understanding of the way government buyers approach security in ICT contracts.
The event is intended for owners or staff of Australian owned and operated businesses with less then 200 employees which is not a subsidiary entity of a parent entity with more than 200 employees.
Please register using your most appropriate business email.
This is a Digital Sourcing Network event.
This session will be run using Zoom Video Communications, which you can access either by installing Zoom on your computer or tablet or through your internet browser (Chrome often works best). You can test your access to Zoom by launching a test Zoom meeting anytime at zoom.us/test