Spatial Vision regains disease tracking application contract

By on 28 September, 2010


The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) has awarded Spatial Vision the contract for the provision of application hosting, support and development services for its disease tracking application. 

Biosirt (Biosecurity, Surveillance, Incident Response and Tracing) is a nationally administered, web-based application for the management of incidents of disease, pests or residues in plants, animals and the environment.

Spatial Vision was awarded the original contract to develop Biosirt in 2006 and has continued its enhancement and support since then for both the NSW government and for DAFF, on behalf of all of the states and territories. 

Biosirt is currently at version 2.0 and is deployed in most Australian jurisdictions.

The newly awarded contract includes a number of services such as hosting, support, bug fixes, enhancements and additional services and is for a three year period, with an option for a further three years.

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