A statement from archTIS said this meant Kojensi Gov would be accessible to state and territory governments, local councils and universities.
Last month, Kojensi Gov said it had completed International Security Registered Assessors Program assessment at the Protected level.
The completion of the IRAP assessment by the Australian Signals Directorate meant Kojensi Gov was certified as compliant with the security controls to protect government information at the highest level.
The DTA assessment looked at the proposed service’s compliance, whether it was fit-for-purpose for government, its price, and security, in order to offer an endorsement of “value for money” cloud services.
archTIS managing director Daniel Lai said: “This panel is an important step in the go-to-market strategy for Kojensi Gov. This opens up an enormous market place for agencies and institutions that need to share information between and within government at the classified level.
"We expect that inclusion on the panel will support the faster conversion of opportunities in this sector, as government agencies and institutions begin to more quickly adopt cloud services, in line with Australian Government policy.”