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What is CenITex?
CenITex staffCenITex is an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) shared services agency, set up as a state body in July 2008 by the Victorian Government to centralise ICT support to government departments and agencies.

The release of the Securing Victoria's Economy strategy in December 2012 and the Victorian Government ICT Strategy in February 2013 were aimed at enabling a more efficient and effective use of ICT across Government, by leveraging services available from the private sector. This will see CenITex move from being a provider of ICT services to a broker and manager of ICT services to the Victorian Government.

CenITex currently provides ICT infrastructure related products and services to the Victorian Government departments of State Development, Business and Innovation (DSDBI), Health (DH), Human Services (DHS), Justice (DOJ), Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure (DTPLI), Premier and Cabinet (DPC), Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI), Treasury and Finance (DTF), and their associated agencies, and the Environment Protection Authority (EPA), and Public Transport Victoria (PTV). Find out more About CenITex...


Annual Report 2012-13
image of cover of CenITex Annual Report 2012-13 The CenITex Annual Report 2012-13 has been tabled in Parliament. Visit our Publications page to view or download a copy of the Report.
Our Vision - A connected and ICT enabled public sector CenITex vision
A connected and ICT enabled public sector.


Job opportunities at CenITex
Look for job vacancies at CenITex on the link to external website opens in a new windowcareers.vic.gov website.

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