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Budget 2017 backs next wave of digital transformation

by Justin Hendry •
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Whole-of-Government (WofG) platforms, data analytics and cybersecurity have seen a huge kick in the 2017-18 federal budget, with significant funding flowing to ICT-related initiatives in health, law enforcement and immigration and border protection.

After lacklustre ICT initiative funding in the 2016-17 budget, the government has regained its ICT focus to

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Jurisdiction
  • Federal
Category
  • Hardware
  • IT Services
  • Labour Hire
  • Software
  • Telecommunications
Sector
  • Border Security
  • Defence
  • Education
  • Finance & Services
  • Health
  • Human Services
  • Industry & Investment
  • Infrastructure
  • Justice
  • PM / Premier & Cabinet
  • Policy
  • Resources
  • Revenue
  • Transport
  • Treasury
Tags
  • whole of government platforms
  • data analytics
  • cybersecurity
  • 2017-18 federal budget
  • 2016-17 federal budget
  • 2015-16 Federal Budget
  • My Health Record
  • Cyber Security Advisory Office
  • Data Integration Partnership of Australia
  • Digital Transformation Agency (DTA)
  • Data61
  • Shared and Common Services Programme
  • Department of Finance
  • Australian Digital Health Agency
  • Department of Human Services (DHS)
  • 2016-17 Mid-Year Economic Fiscal Outlook
  • Digital Payments Platform
  • Australian Federal Police (AFP)
  • Australian Secret Intelligence Service
  • Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO)
  • Department of Immigration and Border Protection
  • Alastair MacGibbon
  • Bureau of Meteorology (BOM)
  • Attorney-General’s Department
  • Govpass
  • Department of Industry, Innovation and Science
  • Department of Veterans Affairs