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Australian Public Sector: Police
Ovum, October 2009, Pages: 14
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is Australia’s national and international law enforcement agency, with responsibility for investigating crimes against the Commonwealth and a lead role in the maintenance of national security. This report profiles the agency and its ICT organisation, major ICT projects and vendor relationships.
6,598 staff located in all Australian states, external territories and overseas posts.
Operating expenses budget 2009-10: A$1.36 billion.
Estimated ICT spend 2009-10: A$80-95 million.
Estimated telecoms spend: A$18-20 million per annum.
Rolling out voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) technology and in-car computing platforms.
Approximately 2,500 mobile phones and 160 satellite phones.
Australian Federal Police
Information and communication technology
ICT organisational structure
High Tech Crime Operations unit
ICT management, initiatives and projects
Collaboration with external agencies
ICT services providers panel
ICT personnel providers panel - application development
ICT products panel
Expiring ICT contracts
List of Tables
Table 1: AFP staff composition at 30 June 2008
Table 2: Staff profile by location at 30 June 2008
Table 3: Operating expenses budget: 2009-10
Table 4: Operating expenses: estimated actual 2008-9
Table 5: ICT expenditure for 2004-5
Table 6: Planned ICT-related procurement for 2009-10
Table 7: Contracts known to be expiring in the next two years