Home-grown product wins $1m Qld tender

The Queensland Government has selected a home-grown product to enable online access to a range of Government agencies via a single Web site and call centre.

A software development company owned by the University of Queensland, CiTR, has won the "one million dollar-plus" tender to undertake the Government's Services Integration Infrastructure (SII) project.

CiTR won the bid after a six-month evaluation process and a company spokesman said the project will go live to market in July 2003.

The CiTR 'accesspoint' product range has been developed over the past three years as an online services delivery application that has already been deployed by the Federal Attorney General's department, the National Office of the Information Economy (NOIE) and the Education Network of Australia.

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