Digital Transformation Agency might have had its budget reduced, but its CEO said it has also been asked to do less. The DTA will also get its hands on extra funding to re-sign a whole-of-government contract with SAP.
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The Commonwealth department received AU$89.5 million across three years back in 2017 to consolidate and streamline back-office corporate functions in the Australian Public Service.
The company is making five major announcements under Apex, covering infrastructure services, cloud services, custom solutions, console, and a partnership with data centre giant Equinix.
The organisation is hoping to approach the market from June for products and services under the three categories of centralised computing, end user technology, and enterprise service management.
As many Australian workers return to the office as pandemic-related restrictions eases, the Bureau of Meteorology has continued its digital workplace play, turning to a Power Platform-based solution developed by Microsoft partner, Barhead.
Spearheaded by the NSW government, work on an electronic birth certificate has kicked off in Australia.
Clarifying findings from the Australian National Audit Office that its Digital Marketplace fell short of complying with Commonwealth procurement rules.
The Australian government's digital transformation arm has got a 'lighter touch' than was pitched, Labor Senator Tim Ayres declared.
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