Australia Post is set to become one of the first accredited identity providers to offer verification services through the Whole-of-Government (WofG) GovPass digital identity platform, which is currently in the private beta stage of development
Author: Justin Hendry
Victoria has made significant headway against its 2016-2020 ICT Strategy in the year since its release, completing the vast majority of the necessary groundwork for restoring confidence in its ICT management
The Federal Government will drop multi-use lists (MULs) as a method of prequalified procurement as it prepares to join the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) plurilateral Agreement on Government Procurement
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
Agencies across the Federal Government are increasingly demanding certified secure cloud services in their pursuit to migrate IT infrastructure components to the cloud
The federal Department of the Treasury is preparing to overhaul its “complex and inconsistent” approach to IT service delivery to better satisfy the needs of internal staff and shared services clients
Victoria’s judicial system is the clear winner from the state’s 2017-18 budget, receiving just under $100 million to improve case management systems and in-court technology over the next four years.
The Andrews government’s third budget has also seen funding flow to rural applications of the Internet of Things, cyber resilience improvements
A newly revitalised Airservices Australia is considering shifting its current IT infrastructure environment to the cloud as the agency nears the latter part of its transformation program
Despite fulfilling few of the Cyber Security Strategy’s initiatives to date, the Federal Government has already beefed up the strategy in response to the cybersecurity events of the past 12 months.
As well as several new initiatives
Victoria’s 15,000-strong police force has become Australia’s latest law enforcement agency to commit to a fully managed mobility solution (MMS) in a bid to reduce the complex task of operating a fleet of applications and devices.
However, the majority of states and territories, including Australia’s largest state police force in New South Wales, are yet to commit to a standardised end-to-end mobility solution