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Shadow Trade Minister Penny Wong has called for the full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement to be made public before Australia signs onto the agreement.
A whole-of-government approach to managing contracts in the Queensland government has failed to reap the expected benefits because the government didn't ensure the new system was compatible with the SAP finance system.
The Australian Defence CIO Dr Peter Lawrence reflects on his year in the CIO role and reveals plans for the department to begin to offer staff iPhones and iPads instead of the traditional BlackBerry device in 2014.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has indicated he will not release the NBN Co strategic review on Monday, despite an order from the Senate to do so.
Former NBN Co CEO Mike Quigley has sought to set the record straight on the cost for the NBN fibre-to-the-premises rollout ahead of the release of the strategic review conducted after he left the company.
Tech companies such as Google and Apple will likely face paying more taxes in Australia and elsewhere, if Prime Minister Tony Abbott gets his desired outcome from the G20 global summit next year.
New Five Eyes slides leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden show that the Australian government was willing to share bulk uncensored metadata on Australian citizens with other nations.
ZDNetGovWeek: Yahoo decides to be unhelpful, so does the US, but HP is all about helping Healthcare.gov
Yahoo has decided that it's easier to call something a feature than a vulnerability (oh, joy), the US doesn't like the idea of privacy rights, despite a UN resolution (who's surprised?), Verizon didn't save ACA, so it's HP's turn at bat, and we run down all the tech turkeys we could think of (and speak politely about). So, did the tryptophan wear off yet? Welcome to the silly(er) season!
NBN Co executive chairman Dr Ziggy Switkowski will earn an additional AU$50,000 per month over the top of his base chairman's salary every month until he appoints a replacement CEO to the company.
The state's electoral authority has put out a request for tender to develop, implement, deploy, and provide support for its remote e-voting system.
A communications union official has said that Telstra is 'hiding behind the statistics' for the quality of its copper network, and that the network is much worse than even Telstra knows.
Ahead of the completion of NBN Co's strategic review, Shadow Communications Minister Jason Clare has told ZDNet that Labor is concerned the government will rescind its NBN promises, as it did for education funding.
Despite last week's US-led opposition to the United Nations' "Rights To Privacy In The Digital Age," the resolution put forward as a reaction to US surveillance activities was passed.
And now, for your reading pleasure, the very worst from the tech world in 2013.
A Labor and Greens dominated NBN senate committee will hold hearings over the next two days that will include appearances from 'reluctant' NBN Co executives.