Revelations about secret orders requiring 'backdoors' into online services fuel protests in New Zealand.
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A planned common financial management and procurement system for New Zealand District Health Boards is over budget and more than three years behind schedule.
New Zealand's Labour Party promises direct, targeted support for the ICT sector including "garage grants" for very early stage entrepreneurs if elected to government.
Government acts to stave off international competition for homegrown talent.
A Police payroll project, Customs' Joint Border Management System and a new platform for Statistics NZ are threatened.
Some systems are yet to be scoped following the merger of four large New Zealand government departments in 2012.
New Zealand's state-owned accident insurer is embarking on a huge transformation, but its capability to manage change is being questioned.
Marlborough is the latest local council to opt out of a proposed trial of online voting in New Zealand.
The New Zealand Companies Office launched its first API in May 2002, just ahead of Amazon.
It was a surprise to everyone, even Bay of Plenty Regional Council, when an evaluation led it to choose software from US company Accela.