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Government Information Technology Conditions (GITC)


The Government Information Technology Conditions (GITC) is a national framework of standard legal documentation that has been developed in cooperation with industry representatives and government. The GITC is designed to assist government buyers and industry suppliers to develop contracts for the supply of information technology products and services in the most efficient and effective manner.


Tasmania currently uses version 2 (GITC 2) as the standard conditions of contract framework for computer hardware, software and IT services purchases, regardless of value (refer to Treasurer's Instruction 1123).

The GITC contract consists of -

  • A Generic Head Agreement between the Crown and an IT company (organised by Treasury and containing general IT terms and conditions)
  • The Government Information Technology Conditions (Purchase Orders) which are the individual purchase orders between an agency and an IT company (organised by agencies and containing specific requirements) for software orders, hardware purchases, and the supply and integration of a system.

To apply for accreditation under GITC 2 please download and complete the following Supplier Accreditation Application Form:
GITC Supplier Accreditation Application Form.doc

Please email completed form to Lisa.Kavanagh@treasury.tas.gov.au
or post to GPO Box 147, Hobart, TAS, 7001

For further information about the GITC, please contact:

Name: Lisa Kavanagh
Email: Lisa.Kavanagh@treasury.tas.gov.au
Phone: (03) 6166 4230
Address: Deeds Building, 21 Murray Street, Hobart, TAS, 7000
Postal: GPO Box 147, Hobart, TAS, 7001


Downloadable Files
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Microsoft Word format
GITC Head Agreement 2012 proforma October 2012.doc
Government Information Technology Conditions (GITC) - Head Agreement

GITC Purchase Order 1 (proforma) October 2012.doc
Order 1 (proforma) -
Software Licence, Software Development and/or Software Support

Order 1 (example).DOC
Order 1 (example) -
Software Licence, Software Development and/or Software Support

GITC Purchase Order 2 (proforma) October 2012.doc
Order 2 (proforma)-
Hardware Acquisition, Installation and/or Hardware Maintenence

Order 2 (example).DOC
Order 2 (example) -
Hardware Acquisition, Installation and/or Hardware Maintenence

GITC Purchase Order 3 (proforma) October 2012.doc
Order 3 (proforma) -
Supply and Integration of a System

Order 3 (example).DOC
Order 3 (example) -
Supply and Integration of a System

GITC Purchase Order 4 (proforma) October 2012.doc
Order 4 (proforma) -
Consultancy Services

Order 4 (example).DOC
Order 4 (example) -
Consultancy Services

IP User Guide - 10.4.13.doc
Assignment of IP - Schedule 4 - 10.4.13.doc
Ownership of IP - Schedule 4 - 10.4.13.doc
Escrow Provision.zip
Escrow Provision
[3 KB]

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