Melbourne-based web development and services provider WDG has been appointed to a panel for supply of internet services to the Victorian government.
WDG said it had been selected to join the Victorian Government Whole of Government eServices Panel as one of the preferred suppliers of web development services.
The appointment should lift WDG's chances of winning government deals.
Arthur Spanos, MD at WDG, said the web services firm had already worked on web development projects in the government sector for Victoria's Department of the Premier, Cabinet and Department of Human Services.
'This appointment to the eServices Panel supports our longer term vision to broaden our reach into government and is a key growth strategy for us over the next three years,' Spanos said.
Seven-year-old WDG has offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland.
The Victorian government's eServices Panel is reportedly aimed at streamlining internet services purchases for Victorian government departments.
Suppliers appointed to the panel are deemed by the Victorian government to have demonstrated high levels of achievement and expertise in their fields.