The Greens Party has spoken out in outrage over details revealed in an alleged leak of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations, while Australia's Trade Minister has told critics of the partnership to stop looking for conspiracies.
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State government-owned internet service provider (ISP) ServiceNet has saved a number of state government agencies from stumbling at the first hurdle of a security audit by Western Australia Auditor-General Colin Murphy.
NBN Co appeared this morning to be reaping the rewards of the uncertainty around the National Broadband Network's (NBN) roll-out timetable.
Labor MP Ed Husic has announced the creation of a group within the Labor party to advance the interests of the IT sector in policy making.
Delays in the roll-out of SmartGate and the lack of a national strategy around it has led to a lower-than-expected take-up of the system, according to a report by the Australian National Audit Office.
A review of the Australian Taxation Office's (ATO) change program, completed this month by CPT Global, has found that the office is now making savings of around $150 million per annum.