Victorian State Government ICT – budget and contracts analysis

Date: August 22, 2010
Pages: 92
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Publisher: Ovum
Report type: Strategic Report
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Victorian State Government ICT – budget and contracts analysis
The Victorian State Government in Australia comprises an ICT market of around A$1 billion in annual ICT expenditure. Ovum provides an overview of this market, profiling the major departments and agencies in terms of their ICT budget commitments, major ICT contracts, and key ICT suppliers.

SUMMARY

Impact
Ovum view

KEY MESSAGES

Overview of the Victorian State Government ICT market
Understanding the Victoria State Government ICT market

POLICY AND PROGRAM CONTEXT

Outputs, outcome, and inputs – ambiguity and tension
Mega-departments – big silos
Whole-of-government ICT – leadership of the horizontal
Shared services – efficient “back ends”
Government 2.0
Implications for government ICT

BUDGET ALLOCATIONS FOR ICT PROJECTS

New projects – understanding the budget cycle
Practical timing impacts
Policy imperatives
Implications for suppliers
Existing commitments for ICT projects in recent State Budget
Listing of ICT projects funded in past State Budgets
Annualized view of the ICT projects funding commitments
Observations on the 20010/11 Budget
The IT funding tap has been turned down
Funding slowdown reflects caution about IT project delivery
2009/10 may prove to be a high watermark for the government’s IT spend

ICT CONTRACTS

Contracted ICT spend
Departmental ICT contract portfolios
Major ICT suppliers
Panel contracts
Suppliers providing contractors

MAJOR ACTIVE ICT PROJECTS BY DEPARTMENT

Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
Agency description
Key facts
Major ICT projects
ICT contracts portfolio
Department Industry Innovation & Regional Development
Agency description
Key facts
Major ICT initiatives and contracts
ICT contracts portfolio
Departments of Health and Human Services
Agency description
Key facts (combined departments)
Major ICT initiatives
ICT contracts portfolio
Department of Justice
Agency description
Key facts
Major outsourcing relationships
Major ICT Projects – Justice
Major ICT Projects – Victoria Police
ICT contracts portfolio
Department of Planning and Community Development
Agency description
Key facts
Major ICT projects
ICT contracts portfolio
Department of Premier and Cabinet
Agency description
Key facts
ICT contracts portfolio
Department of Primary Industries
Agency description
Key facts
ICT contracts portfolio
Department of Sustainability and Environment
Agency description
Key facts
Major ICT projects
ICT contracts portfolio
Department of Transport
Description
Key facts
Major ICT projects
ICT contracts portfolio
Department of Treasury and Finance
Agency description
Key facts
Major ICT projects
ICT contracts portfolio

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Major ICT project funded in the State Budget over the past seven years
Table 2: Estimated total value of active ICT contracts by department
Table 3: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value (over $50 million)
Table 4: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($14–50 million)
Table 5: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($9–14 million)
Table 6: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($6–9 million)
Table 7: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($4–6 million)
Table 8: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($2.5–4.0 million)
Table 9: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($1.7–2.5 million)
Table 10: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($1.0–1.6 million)
Table 11: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($0.7–1.0 million)
Table 12: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($530,000–700,000)
Table 13: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($450,000–530,000)
Table 14: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($360,000–450,000)
Table 15: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($300,000–360,000)
Table 16: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($240,000–300,000)
Table 17: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($170,000–240,000)
Table 18: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($140,000–170,000)
Table 19: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($100,000–140,000)
Table 20: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value ($65,000–140,000)
Table 21: Suppliers with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond – sorted by contract value (Under $65,000)
Table 22: Suppliers in panel contracts active 2009/10 and beyond
Table 23: Companies providing contractors with contracts active in 2009/10 and beyond
Table 24: DEECD contracts portfolio (over $3 million)
Table 25: DEECD contracts portfolio ($0.5–3.0 million)
Table 26: DEECD contracts portfolio ($0.3–0.5 million)
Table 27: DEECD contracts portfolio ($130,000–500,000)
Table 28: DEECD contracts portfolio (under $130,000)
Table 29: DIRD contracts portfolio
Table 30: DHS and DOH contracts portfolio (over $5 million)
Table 31: DHS and DOH contracts portfolio ($1.5–5.0 million)
Table 32: DHS and DOH contracts portfolio ($0.5–1.5 million)
Table 33: DHS and DOH contracts portfolio ($200,000–500,000)
Table 34: DHS and DOH contracts portfolio ($100,000–200,000)
Table 35: DHS and DOH contracts portfolio (under $100,000)
Table 36: DOJ contracts portfolio (Over $600,000)
Table 37: DOJ contracts portfolio ($40,000–600,000)
Table 38: DOJ contracts portfolio (under $40,000)
Table 39: DOJ contracts portfolio: VicPolice contracts (over $4 million)
Table 40: DOJ contracts portfolio: VicPolice contracts ($0.5–4.0 million)
Table 41: DOJ contracts portfolio: VicPolice contracts ($150,000–500,000)
Table 42: DOJ contracts portfolio: VicPolice contracts (under $150,000)
Table 43: DPCD contracts portfolio
Table 44: DPC contracts portfolio
Table 45: DPI contracts portfolio
Table 46: DSE contracts portfolio
Table 47: DOT contracts portfolio
Table 48: DTF contracts portfolio
Table 49: DTF contracts portfolio
Table 50: DTF contracts portfolio
Table 51: DTF contracts portfolio
Table 52: DTF contracts portfolio
Table 53: DTF contracts portfolio – CenITex contracts

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: The budget cycle – geared around government decision-making at the ERC
Figure 2: Victoria’s rising annual commitments to major new ICT projects appear to have peaked
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