Accreditation for ICT suppliers

If you are an information and communications technology (ICT) supplier and want to sell to the Queensland Government through the Government Information Technology Contracting (GITC) Framework you must:

  • hold industry accreditation (QAssure certification)
  • be accredited under GITC.

Apply for industry accreditation

QAssure accreditation means that you have independent assurance that your ICT business is sound.

Participating in QAssure means your business will undergo a financial and insurance review process. If you are certified, you will receive a unique number to indicate you are qualified as a goods and services provider.

Apply for QAssure

Apply for GITC accreditation

  1. Once you are QAssure certified, and have a need to become GITC accredited, read the:
  2. Submit the following details to
    • company name
    • QAssure number.
  3. We will send you a deed of agreement, which you will need to sign and return.

Learn more about the remaining elements of the GITC Framework:

View all GITC documents

Reporting requirements

You must submit an annual report to for each contract above $100,000. Your report must include:

  • customer name
  • description of product and service
  • total contract value
  • additional provisions (if any).

Change of company, contact or provision details

Notify QAssure if your company, contact or provision details change. QAssure will inform GITC Services and confirm these changes via email.

More information

Phone: (07) 3719 7689

Street address:
Level 25
111 George Street

Note: To send documents by courier, contact us first. Security arrangements apply to government buildings, which may prevent your courier from delivering documents in person.

Postal address:
GPO Box 5078

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Last reviewed
March 6, 2015