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Australian Treasury Seeks Reports on Type 1 Alarm Compliance, Terrorism Strategies

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AUSTRALIA’S Department of Treasury is seeking 2 separate reports – the first is a Type 1 Security Alarm System Compliance Review in accordance with a statement of requirement to be provided to compliant tenderers. 

A second tender from the Department of Treasury is for a written report and recommendations to physical security treatments and mitigation strategies against terrorism to the Treasury Building, Langton Crescent, ACT, also in accordance with a Statement of Requirement to be provided.

Recently, the Department of Treasury released an RFT for expansion of an existing Gallagher access control solution to cover The Treasury Building in Canberra and a building in the city centre. The DoT has 2 facilities in Canberra, the Treasury Building in Langton Crescent in the suburb of Parkes and Level 2, 15 Moore St, in the city centre. 

The existing access control system in the Parkes facility is an Andover Continuum electronic access control system, while the access control solution at Moore St is a Gallagher integrated access control system built around Gallagher 6000 controllers and Gallagher Command Centre Software.

The Department of Treasury requires both reports by August 12. ♦

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