While it was an attempt to spread festive cheer, Facebook's floral arrangements ended up breaching Tasmanian biosecurity laws.
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The Learning Management and Business Reform project that was rolled out to TAFE NSW in 2009 is being scrapped.
An audit by the Western Australian auditor general has shown that the state's agencies lag behind other Australian jurisdictions in delivering common services online.
The Greens party has set out a policy framework that proposes changes to tax law, public disclosure, enforcement, and global diplomacy.
The Queensland government has brought the tertiary transport concession card application process online to TransLink's website to eliminate the need for extra paperwork.
The Department of Education and Training's acting deputy director-general of corporate services has voluntarily stood down over the IT error that prevented 644 suspected child abuse cases from not being reported to police.
The South Australian government has dumped Brett Morris as chief information officer as part of a restructure, and will replace his position with a director of Digital Government.
Since its introduction in May 2013, the telecommunication procurement scheme has already generated AU$3.3 million in savings, and has simplified agency access to telco equipment and infrastructure.
NEC Australia will help the Western Australia Department of Water address water consumption levels in the state through a Microsoft solution stack.
As part of signing an accredited supplier agreement, Objective Corporation will be able to establish, implement, and provide maintenance and support for information and process management for WA government agencies.