Reconciliation Action Plan

Acknowledgement of Country

In the spirit of reconciliation, Data#3 respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea, and community. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders past and present.

A message from our CEO & MD

As the largest Australian IT services and solutions company, we have an increasing responsibility to contribute to the communities in which we live.

In 2022, Data#3 formed a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Working Group, consisting of employees who are passionate about reconciliation and committed to developing, implementing and reporting on Data#3’s RAP.

I am proud to present our first milestone achievement – our Reflect RAP, which details Data#3’s vision and direction for reconciliation. This is the first stage of the RAP framework, where we aim to ensure that our continued growth has planned and targeted commitments to achieve our role in the reconciliation with Australia’s First Nations peoples.

Based around the core pillars of relationships, respect, opportunities and governance, Data#3’s RAP provides benefits for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Our RAP is not a static document, but an ongoing commitment that will evolve and grow as we learn and progress on our reconciliation journey. It is also a shared responsibility that requires the active participation and collaboration of everyone in our organisation.

We look forward to continuing our work with Reconciliation Australia. Together, we can make a meaningful difference for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and for our entire nation.


Laurence Baynham

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Data#3

June 2023 – December 2024

Reconciliation Action Plan

Reconciliation Action Plan

For full details, please click on the link below to download a copy of our Reconciliation Action Plan.

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Our artwork

This artwork symbolises the community within the company and the existence of the modern world with its technologies that juxtapose the ancient culture and Land with which they operate on. The two worlds that coexist at Data#3. It’s a piece that celebrates First Nation people and culture and that recognises that this always was and always will be Aboriginal Land.

Words by Mulganai.


About the artist

Emma Hollingsworth (Mulganai) is a Kaanju, Kuku Ya’u, Girramay woman who grew up in tropical far north Queensland. She now operates in Meanjin out of her home studio. Her work is a reflection of her heritage and her culture, and she uses vibrant colours and designs to pay homage to her youthfulness blending with her ancient culture. Her work tells her own story of a young Indigenous woman growing up and paving a path in a modern world, and all of the trials and tribulations that go in hand with that.

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