G1 Asset Management is ISO Accredited and compliant with Australian Government ISM controls. An Australian-owned industry leader in secure IT disposals, trusted by enterperise and government.
All assets are securely erased to our stringent quality standards. Asset tags and integrated ownership information removed. Data destruction and recycling certificates are issued.
Computers are refurbished and re-deployed with a new Genuine Windows 10 licence. The Ready-to-use computers are then packaged for community distribution.
Ready-to-use computers are shipped to indigenous community centers and charities. These centers then provide free computers to members of their local community who are most in need.
We provide hardware to ensure systems remain operational for a minimum of 12 months. As computers approach end-of-life, we facilitate the return and replacement with newly refurbished devices to keep donated IT fleets up-to-date.
The Tech to Country program unlocks genuine social benefit from otherwise zero value assets. All program administration costs are fully funded by value recovered from any non-donated portion of disposed assets.
The provision of ready-to-use, supported laptops mean no overheads when donated. And by allowing community centers to allocate devices to those most in need, the program produces a highly targeted and effective benefit to society.
BHDC is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation that strives to support, enhance and transform the lives of its members in culturally supportive and regenerative ways.
The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance (NATSIWA) was established in 2009 to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women to have a strong and effective voice in the domestic and international policy advocacy process.
Mudgin-Gal is an Aboriginal organisation based in inner-city Sydney. As a service run by Aboriginal women, for Aboriginal women, it is unique. Mudgin-Gal means ‘women’s place’.
This program run by the Brisbane Broncos supports the vital role that young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women play in influencing the next generation. The Girls Academy program provides mentoring and support from Years 7 – 12 and into young adulthood to help these young leaders succeed.
If your company would like to discuss involvement in the Tech To Country program, please contact us through the following channels.
We would love to discuss how your IT asset disposals can directly benefit Australian Indigenous communities.