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The ICT challenges of Home Affairs’ ever-expanding remit

by Tajna Biscevic •
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Of the $130 million allocated to the Department of Home Affairs for upgrades in this year’s Federal budget, $115 million went to IBM and Teradata for the information environment expansion that the reconfigured portfolio necessitates. Arguably the most extensively ‘MoG-ed’[1] agency in Canberra over the last decade, Home Affairs is no stranger to the efforts required to rationalise systems and suppliers

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