View video below or click to download the Factsheet – How ICT businesses can join GovDC Marketplace
Here is a summary of steps you can take to be business ready in the GovDC Marketplace.
|a. Apply to be on the ICT Services Scheme||Ability to do business with NSW Government agencies and other public bodies|
|b. Submit your contact details to GovDC using DCR104 EOI||You join the list interested in doing business in GovDC|
|c. Sign Non Disclosure Agreement||We can discuss technical and commercial details.|
|d. Sign sub-licence||IaaS providers can move into GovDC Marketplace racks|
|e. Apply to sub-category C03, C04 or C05||Ability to offer ICT as-a-Service in the GovDC Marketplace and use Logo|
|f. Add further information to the ICT Service Catalogue on NSWBuy||More information about your services is available to potential customers
- The ICT Services Pre-Qualification Scheme (SCM0020) is the new model for public bodies to procure ICT services. It uses the Procure IT Contract (V3.1) which allows a variety of procurement methods, such as ICT-as-a-Service (Module 10) and Managed Services (Module 12). To apply, go to procurepoint.nsw.gov.au and search “ICT services” (Helpdesk 1800-679-289).
- This single page form enables GovDC to contact you about news and developments in the GovDC Marketplace. You can complete this step at tenders.nsw.gov.au by searching “DCR104“.
- NDA emailed on request if DCR104 is completed.
- The Sub-licence is a tenancy agreement for a minimum of 8kW of rack-space (4kW per 800mm rack assumed). The minimum contract term is two years.
- Specific sub-categories of the ICT Services Scheme are defined for services delivered from the GovDC Marketplace. These sub-categories include C03 (SaaS), C04 (PaaS) and C05 (IaaS). After service providers update their listing in the ICT Services Scheme for these sub-categories they can offer SaaS/ PaaS/IaaS in the GovDC Marketplace and use the GovDC Marketplace Service Provider Logo.
Companies who sign the sub-licence pay these fees:
- A provisioning component based on the allocated capacity in kilowatts
- An energy usage fee based on the State Contract C777: Large Sites Electricity Contract
- Any optional items such as racks, power tap-offs and data cabling