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Vic Gov eServices Panel - Not just for the big techs
AmbitionZ Pty Ltd has demonstrated that the Victorian Government eServices Panel is not just for the large technology firms. Currently operating as a one person business, AmbitionZ has been appointed to both eServices Panel categories applied for - Strategy Development and Business Analysis. 

While only in business for 2 years at the time of applying, AmbitionZ's owner, Rachael Spicer, has been providing technology consulting services to the Victorian Government since the mid 1990s. AmbitionZ appointment to the Panel provides a strong recognition of the quality of service and skills delivered by AmbitionZ. It particulary reflects Rachael’s success in providing analytical and strategic advice to CenITex (the Victorian Government’s technology support body). 

The eServices Panel mandates that all inner Budget Sector Agencies within the Victorian Government purchase defined Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services from a pre-qualified list of high-quality providers. Other Government entities may also use the panel services. The initial term of the appointment was from 1st July 2011 to 30th June 2014, with a possibility of two 1 year extensions.

The Panel consists of a wide spectrum of technology service categories, with Panel members only appointed to categories where they have demonstrated expertise and provided high-quality service. The categories AmbitionZ applied for, and was subsequently appointed to, reflect two of the key business areas of AmbitionZ operations:
  • Strategy Development includes the provision of strategic vision and documentation associated with information and communications technology supporting eGovernment. 
  • Business Analysis includes structured identification, analysis and documentation of requirements associated with the design, development and implementation of business systems. 
Rachael advises “I appreciate the confidence that the Victorian Government has shown in my services. I look forward to building on the relationships I have developed over the last 15 years, and continuing to help the Victorian Government improve service delivery to our citizens.”

For more information about the panel, see the Whole of Victorian Government eServices Panel page on the Victorian Goverment's procurement site.