Governments around the world increasingly rely on IT to become more efficient.
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Amid reports of departments reducing the number of IT apprenticeships it is taking on, the Department of Finance has said that the Australian government IT graduate program has not been affected by a public sector hiring freeze.
A document management project to serve the executive branch of New Zealand's Government has hit a wall.
Following the Edward Snowden wake-up call, three in four defense contractors have already made significant changes in their IT security and hiring practices.
Among the measures proposed by the data security branch of GCHQ to cut risks after Windows XP support ends is a block on government workers with the OS remotely accessing the network.
The Australian National Health and Medical Research Council is seeking an IT managed services provider
The Australian Department of Health has said that it doesn't require a fibre-to-the-premises NBN connection in order to implement its telehealth trials.
A well-known hacking organization is suing spies over civil rights and liberties.
Fibre network construction will continue for the NBN in Tasmania for at least another 36,000 premises while the government assesses a plan to use Aurora's pole infrastructure.
National Broadband Network construction company Visionstream has denied that NBN Co sought to prevent the company from giving evidence to a parliamentary committee, but still refuses to appear before the committee.
Is anyone surprised that the appeals system for fixing errors made by Healthcare.gov is itself broken? Nah, didn't think so. NSA gets a new chief with a strong crypto-tech background, and lots more that's shockingly not shocking. This week's headline: gov less stupid than in other weeks.
Certification allows local companies to charge up to 18 percent more than foreign firms in public sector contracts
Benefits include visualising historic aerial images and flood maps.
Australian government CIO Glenn Archer has left the role after just over 12 months.
In the 2012-13 financial year, Australia's political parties saw more donations from film studios than it did from technology companies.
A New York-based money management firm and its president got into some hot water with the SEC this week after allegedly making false claims on Twitter.