Discussions of how information technology is changing Australia's public sector. We also look at technology implementations and migrations at various levels of government.
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Following the success of offering free Wi-Fi at Flinders Station, the Victorian government has announced expressions of interests to deliver free public Wi-Fi in central Melbourne.
A Central Coast-based animator that has worked to restore some of the missing early episodes of Doctor Who has said he may move his business to the UK if he can't access faster, and cheaper broadband.
NBN Co executive chairman Dr Ziggy Switkowski has said TPG can expect NBN Co to ramp up plans to compete in fibre to the basement if the company goes ahead with plans to roll out its own network.
The Northern Territory Police want internet service providers to retain customers' web-browsing history for two years as part of a broader data retention regime
The Australian National Audit Office has tapped Unisys and BlackBerry to provide workforce and mobility management services.
The death of an 11-year-old boy has sparked the Victorian government to invest AU$2.5 million to speed up the Victorian Police warrant system.
The NSW government is inviting the shared services providers to register their interest to support ServiceFirst in the hope that a move to the private sector will be more cost effective.
The Australian government is facing pressure from tech giants Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, as well as telecommunications companies and libertarian groups to drop plans for a cybersafety tsar with the power to remove 'harmful' content from social media.
Asylum seekers from all over Australia are are lodging legal claims against the federal government for leaking the details of nearly 10,000 asylum seekers in the country.
The Australian parliament's unlikely cyberpunk fights for his future.
While President Obama can't get no "RSPECT," the retail world is scrambling in the wake of the Target breach (and yet, my wife shopped there for hours today), even Iran can't stop Facebook, and Brazil wants to build an undersea cable.
The Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity has said that requiring telcos to retain customer data for a set period of time will help investigate law enforcement corruption.
The Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection says the Privacy Act forces it to ask holders of confidential electronic documents to return them to the department.
The Australian government has awarded Oakton an AU$4.8 million, four-year contract to overhaul its troubled document verification service.
Labor will introduce legislation into the Senate today aimed at forcing NBN Co to keep rolling out fibre to 200,000 Tasmanian premises.