Internetrix was selected in August 2016 to join the Digital Service Professional Panel of the Digital Transformation Office. The panel gives federal, state and territory governments access to digital suppliers pre-approved to bid for government contracts.
The categories we are ratified for include:
Service Category 5 - Service Design and Interactive Design
Service Category 6 - Technical Architecture, Development, Ethical Hacking and Web Devops
Service Category 7 – Performance and Web Analytics
Internetrix was selected in July 2016 by the Department of the Premier and Cabinet South Australia to join the eProjects Portal Panel (ePP) which is an online facility established by the SA Government (State) to enable State agencies to procure project-orientated ICT services and cyber security services from pre-qualified suppliers. Internetrix is ratified for the following panels:
· eProjects Panel
· Low Risk ICT Projects Panel
Internetrix was selected to join the Department of Human Services ICT Contractor Services Panel in September 2012. The Categories we are ratified for service delivery include: Governance and Strategic Planning, ICT Infrastructure Management, Applications Management, Service Support, Service Delivery, Internet/ Multimedia and Specialist. We have been appointed for term until September 2017.
Other departments and agencies who have completed an Instrument of Acceptance to access this Panel through a signed deed with Internetrix include: Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Clean Energy Regulator, Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, IP Australia, Department of Health and Ageing, Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism and Department of Families, Housing, Community Service and Indigenous Affairs. Our Panel reference is 11/10000006268.
In November 2014, Internetrix was appointed to the Creative and Digital Communication Services Panel.
Appointment to this panel secures Internetrix ongoing working relationship to Australian Government Departments and Agencies. As a whole of government contract this panel provides Internetrix the permission to deliver WCAG 2.0 AA compliance, audit and certification services as required on an ongoing basis. Our Panel reference is CD082.
Since 2009, Internetrix has successively been on the ICT 2020 contract; subsequently continuing to the NSW Government ICT Services Scheme, most recently being appointed to the NSW Government ICT Services Scheme Advanced Registration Supplier List SCM0020 extending to 2018.
Appointment to the new scheme underlines Internetrix’s position as a trusted Federal and NSW State government supplier of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services. NSW Government agencies can find further procurement information for this scheme at
In October 2010 Internetrix was invited onto the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Web and Application Development and Management Services Panel until September 2015.
Internetrix was appointed to the Department of Communications Online Solutions Services Panel in 2011 and contracted until 2015. This panel allowed whole-of-government procurement for Internetrix to provide services to Departments and agencies other than DoC. We were a panel member of DoC from 2007. During that time we were involved in a wide array of projects and we continue to enjoy the opportunity to be involved at the forefront of nationally significant projects. Our panel reference was: DCON/11/28.
Various Internetrix team members also have been granted Protected and Baseline Australian Government security clearances.
In 2010 Internetrix was invited onto the Museum of Old Parliament House - Digital Marketing Services Panel for a three year period to 2013. Our reference number was: OPH/10/11-022.
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