NCOSS ICT (Information Communications Technology) Strategy
The NCOSS ICT Strategy Report "Community Connexions: Addressing the Information and Communications Technology Needs of the NSW NGO Human Services Sector” details a three-year integrated strategy to address the current and emerging ICT needs of the sector.
Download: ICT Strategy Report: Executive Summary
Copies of the full report are available for sale from NCOSS:
This resource provides guidance to those NGOs considering the purchase and installation of a Client Management System. The ‘NCOSS CMS How-To- Guide" aims to assist with the choosing, costing and planning processes and includes practical templates to evaluate your needs and assess the costs.
Tri Community Exchange
Tricomm is a leader in Community IT development initiatives and is a valuable community resource in all areas of IT, including training, web services, information management, consultancy, research, technical support and advice and advocacy for the sector on all IT issues. Tricomm has been providing on-line information services since 1993 and supports the community sector in Greater Western Sydney, Central West NSW and across the state.
Information Cultural Exchange (ICE)
Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE) works at the intersection of arts, media, technology, and community. ICE works across Greater Western Sydney on a wide range of innovative programs and projects that engage and support the region’s diverse communities and artists to express, create and collaborate on a range of screen, music, radio, sound, online and new media projects.
Infoxchange Australia is a nonprofit organisation working in the welfare sector. Infoxchange provides the Infoxchange Service Seeker (ISS), directory of community services, and are developing a total service offering for nonprofit organisations.
Human Services Network (HSNet)
HSNet is a web site for staff working in the NSW human services sector. The site assists knowledge-sharing across agencies and provides access to ServiceLink, a directory containing health, family, legal and community service information, including an electronic referral (eReferral) component. In assisting users to share information and find services, HSNet benefits both government and non-government agencies, their clients, and therefore the community.
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