Circular 24/22 Introduction to the Catalogue of Services Project – 1pm Friday 8 July
RSL NSW is currently working on a number of projects that support the RSL NSW Strategic Plan. One of these projects is to create a Catalogue of Services which is intended to be a one-stop-shop that connects veterans to services provided by the RSL and other ex-service organisations (ESO) in any location in Australia. The Catalogue of Services is designed to assist veterans, families, and those in the process of leaving the ADF to readily access the support services they need, when they need them.
RSL NSW and other RSL state branches will partner in the development of a Catalogue of Services, with the project being overseen by RSL Australia. In late April, RSL Australia entered into an arrangement with veteran-owned business, Servulink, to commission a 12-month pilot and build the platform for the Catalogue of Services.
District Council and sub-Branch representatives are invited to join a presentation by Servulink to introduce the platform, demonstrate how the Catalogue of Services will operate and outline how ANZAC House will be seeking your assistance in the coming months to be the first RSL State Branch to build the Catalogue (covering the area of New South Wales). State Secretary Jeff O’Brien will host the session.
The presentation will take place online at 1pm on Friday 8 July which you can register for by clicking here and you are welcome to invite other Executives from your District or sub-Branch.
Please note: if you do not immediately receive an email with the online meeting details after you register, please check your junk folder. For any assistance, please contact our Member Support Team on 1300 679 775 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The meeting will be recorded for those who are unable to attend.