Salsa is on a range of panels to more easily service our government clients. Current government panels are:

  • Drupal Services Panel - Run by GovCMS to help government procure Drupal services. It can be used by federal, state/territory and local government, as well as government educational institutions and other government bodies.

  • DTA’s Digital Marketplace - Covers a range of digital deliverables, including user research and web development. We’ve been on this panel since its inception, and have signed up to the Master Service Agreement (MSA) to streamline the contracting process. All government agencies (federal, state and local) and other government organisations (such as the ABC and some universities) can access this marketplace.

  • The Creative and Digital Communication Panel - Covers everything from graphic design and web apps to editorial services. This federal panel can be used by all Australian Government agencies and is set up as a Standing Offer. We’ve been on this panel since 2015.

  • Victorian Government eServices Register - Covers a range of IT services, such as software as a service (SaaS) solutions and data services. This register provides a contract template for agencies and vendors to use. It can be used by any Victorian government agency, including local government authorities and not-for-profits delivering government services. We’ve been on this panel since 2015.

  • NSW Government ICT Services Scheme - NSW government agencies access prequalified suppliers of a range of ICT services. Following a rigorous assessment process, we were accredited to supply services in 2017. (Read our blog about the panel.)

  • WA's Information and Communications Technology Services Common Use Arrangement - WA government agencies access prequalified suppliers of a range of ICT services. We're currently providing services through an ongoing arrangement with another provider and have also applied to the new CUA, which starts in 2021. 

  • QLD tenders portal - Set up for Queensland Government agencies as a central place for tenders. While there are no prequalification requirements (it’s a tender portal rather than a panel of prequalified vendors) it’s still a good way for Queensland agencies to access our services via a tender process.