As the premier starts talking about letting those in New South Wales out of lockdown, she is also contemplating a state app that shows if a person has had their jabs.
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When asked about the concerns with Google storing vaccination information potentially overseas, Services Australia said use of the COVID Card was optional.
A Senate committee probing Centrelink's robo-debt scheme heard spreadsheets were used to perform tasks Services Australia's computer systems could not.
CSIRO has touted advances in processing data to pinpoint the location of specific disease-causing genes in the human genome, while PathWest is matching bone marrow donors with candidates.
The manual work that Centrelink's automated robo-debt system was meant to replace had to be manually completed once refunds were found to be owing.
Services Australia said the number of outages was almost half of what it was in 2019-20. It also provided detail on its IT expenditure, with AU$1.48 billion spent last financial year.
The yellow bank has developed a blockchain prototype it reckons can support sustainable development and investment in Australia.
The Netherlands welfare scandal has seen cabinet and opposition members hand in their notice, treating the issue with the 'integrity' the ALP wants Scott Morrison to emulate.
It also isn't interested in having an independent review launched into the policy, design, administration, and impact of Centrelink's compliance program.
The New Energy Platform aims to change how energy is managed, delivered, and consumed across Australia and New Zealand.