NSW's CIO will be replaced by the end of the month, due to a reshuffle in the state's senior public service roles.
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IT contractors are necessary for work that simply can't be done in-house, but they also represent a significant risk that must be more carefully managed.
In a bid to 'repair the Budget', the federal government has redirected funding from research projects in what it calls 'good news for Australia'.
A strategy is no good without firm actions, and the Queensland government has now provided 78 of them to steer it toward its goal of reforming its IT stance.
Cloud and industry collaboration are still the key issues behind the strategy.
Another set of spatial data has been added to the state's open government data repository.
Inadequate IT systems have failed to let the state's debt recovery officers properly track down offenders, and although a replacement system was tendered in 2007, it still hasn't been put in place.
Embattled minister for IT Ros Bates has resigned, citing health issues.
The Australian Pirate Party has announced which candidates will be vying for a seat in the Senate at the upcoming federal election.
Following former IT minister Ros Bates' resignation last week, the Queensland government has appointed Ian Walker as her replacement.