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.
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.
It also isn't interested in having an independent review launched into the policy, design, administration, and impact of Centrelink's compliance program.
Australia's central bank has been looking into the potential for a digital currency, but said it does not consider a policy case has yet emerged for issuing such a thing.
Those with an Australian Medicare number can already view their vaccination history, but once two doses of a COVID-19 jab have been received, individuals will be able to retrieve a certificate.
The biotech firm was built in the cloud and, as a result, it's been able to speed up every step of the process required to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. It now has plans to take its learnings further to revolutionise the way diseases are treated.
The bank has also scooped up hospitality cloud platform Doshii to celebrate one year of its venture arm, X15 Ventures.