On top of the AAF’s operational Tools and Services we are also involved in various projects and initiatives. These projects all seek to enhance the functionality and services of the AAF for our current subscribers and also the eResearch community nationally.
As projects progress more information will be released here.
The AAF is now a registered Victorian Government eServices Panel supplier
As part of the growth initiatives for the Australian Access Federation Inc. (AAF), the AAF has now been included as a Victorian Government eServices Panel supplier.
Victorian Government Departments may now include AAF to their Victorian Government Procurement arrangements and invitations via the AAF business cloud profile enabled by Ariba sourcing.
Alternatively, please contact AAF Community Development Manager, Courtney Brown on 0467 000 449 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This formal procurement activity and other similar initiatives to support AAF growth are expected to continue. Please check this page for progress and more information related to similar initiatives.
Did you know that the Australian Access Federation is GITC accredited?
The Australian Access Federation (AAF) is committed to quality and this is demonstrated through AAF’s continued participation within the Government Information Technology Contracting (GITC) accreditation which is an agreement by suppliers to use the Queensland Government GITC Framework terms and conditions. This is managed by the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation.
The Australian Access Federation will maintain GITC accreditation as an ICT supplier in order to supply services and software solutions throughout Queensland Government.
As a part of numerous Queensland Government procurement reforms, Queensland Government buyers will now preference the use of ICT suppliers that are accredited under the Government Information Technology Contracting (GITC) Framework.