David Butler, the Australian Taxation Office's (ATO) second commissioner, said its new tax-processing information technology platform is "working well", and that it is putting on an extra 800 staff to deal with income tax returns delays.
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Tenix has raised its $19 million claim over IT services company Oakton to $26 million as the two continued their legal stoush in the Victorian Supreme Court last Friday.
Australian software maker TechnologyOne has been selected to replace student management systems for Victorian TAFEs as part of a $67 million systems overhaul package announced by the Victorian Government today.
Tasmania NBN, the arm of the NBN Company that will build and operate the state's wholesale fibre telco, has directly contracted a "active network" equipment supplier, but chief Doug Campbell is staying tight-lipped over its identity.
A month after admitting to receiving the ISP filtering live trial report, the office of Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has committed to releasing it in "due course".
The Department of Defence today released its 2009 ICT strategy paper, outlining how it intends to spend $940 million over four years, instead of $720 million over a decade, to deliver $1.9 billion in savings.
US oil giant Chevron has awarded a $150 million contract to Irish engineering firm, Kentz, to build telecommunications infrastructure for the Gorgon gas project in Western Australia.
The National Broadband Network Company has nabbed Qantas's former executive general manager of human resources, Kevin Brown.
Mobile retailer Allphones faces a class action lawsuit from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission which will argue on behalf of 74 franchisees that the retailer engaged in unconscionable conduct.
The LinkedIn profile of former Westpac senior technology executive and new NBN board member Diane Smith-Gander (formerly Sias) had appeared to have been removed from the professional networking site last week, however, it is currently available.