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Intra-Government Secured Network (iGSN) contract

The iGSN contract provides data services for high bandwidth links between 100Mbps and 10Gbps.

Summary

The Intra-Government Secured Network contract provides data services for high bandwidth links between 100Mbps and 10Gbps.

iGSN was established via a sole supplier with VicTrack. VicTrack is a Victorian Government statutory authority.

iGSN was specifically built to provide a high speed fully functional data network between key government CBD sites and the two Victorian Government data centres.

Lead agency: Department of Premier and Cabinet

Conditions of use: Mandatory

Contract reference number:

Arrangement type: Sole supplier

Start date: 26 August 2008

End date: 27 August 2021

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Key benefits

The key benefits of this contract are:

  • access to the iGSN network
  • secure data services
  • higher data bandwidths
  • efficient and reliable data services

What’s covered

This contract provides high bandwidth data network services (between 100Mbps to 10Gbps).

The service is usually only available near public transport infrastructure or data centres.

Supplier details

VicTrack

ABN: 55 047 316 805
Address: Level 8/1010 Latrobe Street Docklands VIC 3008
Website: www.victrack.com.au
Contact name: Mark Finnegan
Role: Senior Account Manager
Phone: 03 9619 0212
Mobile: 0466 942 557
Email: mark.finnegan@victrack.com.au

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How buyers use this contract

Victoria Police and Public Transport Victoria are not mandated to use this contract.

Step 1. Identify business requirements

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Step 2. Complete and submit a contract

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Reviewed 15 April 2021

Buying for Victoria

Primary contact:

Graeme Torrance, Acting Category Manager Department of Premier and Cabinet

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