The Objective T7 upgrade involved refreshing more than 50 hardware servers across all Australian states and territories to deliver exponential performance gains from document and record management systems on Defence’s protected network.

The Australian Crime Commission, now known as the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, required a secure software architecture, including a centralised authorisation model, to allow law enforcement agencies from every Australian state and territory to collaborate on a criminal intelligence platform.

During the 2020/2021 COVID lockdowns, when access to public facilities was severely restricted, the Australian National University (ANU) commissioned Insitec to develop a cloud-based virtual desktop solution that would enable its computer laboratory-based teaching to continue.

Insitec, with partners Accenture and HP, formed a multidisciplinary team to design, build and equip a new scalable Tier 3 data centre for the Australian Department of Defence. The project involved moving 126 active software applications and was critical to infrastructure goals for the Defence Single Information Environment.

Insitec, in partnership with Fujitsu, supported transition of the Deployed ICT Mission Partner Environment (MPE) as responsibility for system sustainment passed to the Chief Information Officer Group (CIOG) of the Australian Department of Defence, in 2021.

Insitec provides Level 3 Technical Support for the Australian Defence Force’s Deployed ICT Mission Partner Environment (MPE). The sustainment support contract follows successful transitioning of MPE system support, in 2021, and focuses on the provision of efficient combined network infrastructure, communications and end user computing services to more than 35,000 ADF personnel in Australia and overseas.

Insitec has supported the Objective Records and Document Management System (EDRMS) for Defence for more than two decades. It is the biggest single application in the Australian Defence IT environment with 85,000 users around the country and more than 1 one million records per day.

Insitec managed a major software upgrade for Defence, rolling out Objective across 40 servers and more than 35,000 desktops in two days. The Objective system is the largest application in Australia’s Defence environment supporting a million records per day, over 80,000 users.

The Australian Standard Automated Biometric Information System (AS-ABIS) was a technical proof-of-concept for Australia’s Defence Intelligence Agency. The system trialed processing and matching biometric information in Australia, rather than sending it to the US for bulk processing.

Insitec played a key role in the exploration of a new Coalition Attack Guidance Experiment (CAGE IIIA), in partnership with Northrop Grumman for the Department of Defence and Australia’s Defence Science Technology Group.