IPART envisages a portal where external stakeholders can log in and be presented a holistic view of their organisation’s account activities - including, but not limited to:
• The registry of certificates it has created,
• The current workflows it can launch or has in-progress,
• Its history of compliance under the scheme.
It is important that external stakeholders can discharge all of their “day-to-day” Safeguard Scheme activities from within the one system.
IPART Regulation and Compliance staff could look at a single organisation and drill down on their activities or compliance history, while other staff use a dashboard to prioritise and process the many workflows that are in-progress and require IPART’s feedback and actioning.
The Energy Security Safeguard is governed by legislation and scheme rules, which are subject to change. Scheme rules, in particular are updated on a regular basis (which can be yearly or more frequently). Changes to scheme rules may require data capture, workflows, or reporting requirements in the system to change, and IPART must be able to expand and adapt the system easily as time passes.
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Additional Details / Instructions
Only Companies registered as ‘Advanced Suppliers’ under the NSW ICT Services Scheme (SCM0020), and registered for the sub category ‘M03’, are eligible for this opportunity.
This solution will be delivered to Level 16, 2-24 Rawson Place, Sydney CBD, NSW
Address for Lodgement
Conditions for Participation
Please refer to the RFP documents.