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Australian Automated Biometric Information System

The Australian Automated Biometric Information System Proof of Concept (AS-ABIS) was a project run within the Department of Defence’s Chief Information Officer Group, for the Defence Intelligence Agency. The system processed biometric information collected from remote devices, and matched against known watch lists and imported coalition datasets.

Data Centre Migration

More than 126 software applications were successfully migrated as Defence moved to deploy a new central data centre, in Canberra, replacing a 30 year-old facility that had reached the end of its serviceable

Interim Battle Management System

Insitec has been engaged by Army to work within the Interim Battle Management System (iBMS) team led by the Land Network Integration Centre (LNIC) and supported by the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG). Insitec provided project management and systems integration services supporting the leadership, design, training and integration aspects of the project.

Objective Sustainment

Defence had invested in a Records and Document Management System (DRMS) but faced significant challenges with its implementation and support. The reliance on the vendor for system support often led to one-sided solutions that didn’t necessarily align with Defence’s business needs.

Objective T7 Upgrade Project

The Department of Defence Chief Information Officer Group (CIOG) commissioned the Objective T7 upgrade project, for the Directorate of Information Systems Sustainment. The project upgraded hardware servers at regional Australian Defence sites and at core data centres, while improving system performance exponentially.

Cage IIIA Integration

In partnership with Northrop Grumman for the Department of Defence, and Defence Science technology group for CAGE IIIA experiment, Insitec provided hardware specification, hardware/software install, configuration, training, and integration with Defence ISR mission systems which allowed ISR analysts to achieve all aims of the CAGE IIIA experiment.

Deployed ICT Sustainment

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.

Indigenous Business Australia

Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) faced a significant challenge with their accounts payable processes. They were processing a large volume of payments manually, relying heavily on staff expertise and manual checks to prevent errors. This approach led to inefficiencies, as skilled staff spent valuable time on data entry, manual calculations, and error prevention.

Objective Upgrade

Defence sought to transition from Objective 6 to Objective 7, aiming for enhanced search capabilities and numerous bug fixes and features. With Insitec already providing substantial support services, they were well-positioned to manage the upgrade.

NFP Tulgeen Disability Services

Insitec helped Tulgeen Disability Services reform their IT support and service arrangement to take them from an adhoc reactive approach to a consistent, strategically managed service including desktops, networks, cloud hosting of applications with data management.

Data Centre Migration

More than 126 software applications were successfully migrated as Defence moved to deploy a new central data centre, in Canberra, replacing a 30 year-old facility that had reached the end of its serviceable

Deployed ICT Transition

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

National Criminal Intelligence System Architecture

The Australian Crime Commission (ACC), 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.

SMB Support and Sustainment

Insitec acquired the SMB contract in 2021 after the acquisition of Canberra-based consulting firm DMV’s ICTPA membership. A contract renewal, with an expanded scope and remit, was issued in March 2022. Support and sustainment of SMB services is delivered through 60 highly professional industry staff with experience in ICT infrastructure, applications and services management practise expertise.

Australian National University Remote Desktop

During the 2020/2021 COVID lockdowns, when access to public facilities such as university campuses was severely restricted, the Australian National University (ANU) needed a cloud based virtual desktop on which to operate its ‘Virtual Information Commons’.