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QLD Budget: No love for digital?

by Jack Le Guay •
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Following an October election, Machinery of Government changes and a new Digital Minister, the Queensland 2020-21 Budget has finally been released.

Like other jurisdictions’ budgets, the Queensland Budget focussed on addressing economic downturn and rising unemployment through large packages of infrastructure funding, fuelled by government borrowing. Although many states announced budgets that contain significant commitments to digital infrastructure, the Queensland Budget was relatively scant on new ICT funding.

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Jurisdiction
  • QLD
Category
  • Hardware
  • IT Services
  • Labour Hire
  • Software
  • Telecommunications
Sector
  • Border Security
  • Defence
  • Education
  • Finance & Services
  • Health
  • Human Services
  • Industry & Investment
  • Infrastructure
  • Justice
  • Legislature
  • Local Government
  • PM / Premier & Cabinet
  • Policy
  • Resources
  • Revenue
  • Transport
  • Treasury
Tags
  • Queensland State Budget 2020-21
  • machinery of government changes
  • Leanne Enoch
  • European Train Control System (ETCS)
  • covid-19 coronavirus
  • queensland ICT freeze
  • post-election budget