First Nations Program

Enabling equitable outcomes for First Nations people, through co-designed education, business, employment and community initiatives.

About the Program

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are significantly disadvantaged by a lack of access to technology, education, employment, and business opportunities.

At DXC, we are committed to working collaboratively with Indigenous communities, our partners and customers to improve societal outcomes for First Nations people by bridging education, technology and employment gaps.

The DXC First Nations Program focuses on building Indigenous business partnerships and increasing education and employment opportunities for First Nations people.

The Program supports our customers’ aspirations too - such as broadening their cultural outlook, accessing new and diverse talent, and increasing their Indigenous business spend to support communities.



Program Benefits


Business Partnerships

Building partnerships with and investing in Indigenous businesses


Education and career pathways

Creating education and career opportunities in technology for First Nations people


Community Engagement

Working collaboratively with community groups to support their unique needs through innovative projects


Culture, Diversity & Inclusion

Increasing cultural awareness and ensuring wellbeing of First Nations employees at DXC 

Impact

$8M+
spent with indigenous-certified businesses to support customer needs
300+
technology devices donated to schools and community
500+
DXC Employees trained through the cultural awareness training
14+
Indigenous businesses on-boarding into direct and indirect supply chain

News and insights

DXC launches first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

Launched in a ceremony with the Hon. Ken Wyatt AM, Federal Minister for Indigenous Australians in Canberra, the Reflect RAP sets out DXC’s commitment to supporting First Nations peoples, communities and businesses in Australia.

DXC Arena becomes the home of Northern Territory Cricket

NT Cricket and DXC announced a partnership, focused on supporting the development of Territory players and including sponsorship of NT Cricket's annual Imparja Cup. DXC will also develop a centre of excellence in the NT as a hub for innovation, skills development and delivery of services.

Acknowledgement of Country
DXC acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia, and their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
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