Accreditation

HKA Global Pty Ltd is accredited with a number of State government agencies to provide ICT services, including the implementation of PMWeb. This provides Clients with the comfort that due diligence has been undertaken by multiple government organisations on HKA's capabilities. Accreditations include:

The Department of Finance, Services and Innovation, in consultation with industry and NSW Government agencies, developed the NSW Government ICT Services Scheme. HKA Global Pty Ltd is accredited under both the Registered Supplier List for low risk contracts valued up to $150,000 excluding GST; and the Advanced Registered Supplier List for high risk contracts or contracts valued over $150,000. Accreditations include:

A03 Solution Architecture
B01 Benchmarking
C01 Data Centre  Services
E01 ICT Strategy
E03 Efficiency & Optimisation
H01 Strategic Risk Management
I01 Program Office Standards
I02 Project, Program & Portfolio Management
I03 Change Management
I04 Quality Assurance & Compliance
L01 Learning Services
M01 Business Analysis
M02 Custom Application Development including delivery "as a service"
M04 Other software services including delivery "as a service"
M05 Information Management Services including delivery "as a service"
M07 Software Support & Maintenance Services including delivery "as a service"
M08 Testing Services
M09 Software Resellers and Software Asset Management Services
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GITC accreditation is an agreement by suppliers to use the GITC (Government Information Technology Contract) Framework terms and conditions. This is managed by the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation. HKA Global Pty Ltd is accredited under GITC number Q-5214 for the following GITC Modules:

3 Licensed Software
4 Software Development & Modification
5 Software Support Services
6 Packaged Software
8 ICT Contracting Services
9 ICT Consultancy Services
10 Managed Services
11 System Integration Services
12 Telecommunications Services
13 Internet Services
14 Data Services

HKA Global Pty Ltd was accredited by QAssure (QAssure number 10453) during the period when the Queensland Government required QAssure accreditation as part of its procurement processes (this has not been the case since 2017). QAssure accreditation is an independent assurance provided by the Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland that an ICT business is commercially sound.

HKA Tech is on the Victorian Government's eServices Register, a list owned by the Department of Premier & Cabinet, in categories that include ICT Application Expertise, ICT Architecture & Design, ICT Benchmarking, ICT Business Process Expertise, ICT Cloud Services, ICT Industry Sector Expertise, ICT Learning Services, ICT Programs, ICT Risk Management, ICT Security Management, ICT Services Management, ICT Strategy & Analysis and ICT Systems & Solutions.

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HKA Tech is on the South Australian Government’s eProjects Plus Panel. This Panel 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 using a standardised contract and related processes. The pre-qualification process involves an assessment of supplier capacity, capability, financial and insurance status. The original eProjects Panel was launched in 2007. A new $4.4 million eProjects Plus Portal was launched in September 2015. The eProjects Plus Panel can be used for in-scope projects and services from $700K to $4.4M (incl. GST), incorporating longer-term engagements such as application development and maintenance and software-as-a-service offerings.

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HKA Global Pty Ltd was accredited by the Department of Finance in Western Australia to provide Contract Systems Solutions under Common Use Arrangement CUACSS2013 for the three-year period from 2013 to 2016. This CUA provided government agencies with both ‘off the shelf’ and customised software that delivers an entire business solution encompassing all of the business support functions and associated modules. The Government discontinued the CUA effective 27 October 2016; however agencies may still access the same functionality directly, including:

  • Contract Development
  • Contract Management
  • Project Management
  • Program Management
  • Risk Management.
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