New rules for labour hire providers operating in the NSW public sector market, along with compliance software and data analytics opportunities
Author: Nathan Stormont
In December, the Digital Transformation Agency announced its long-awaited Digital Service Platforms Strategy. The strategy envisions the
One of the key differences in policy if a Labor government is elected in May is the approach to visa processing, with the Opposition’s criticism of the Coalition’s plans to privatise Australian visa processing mounting following the allocation of a further $73.2 million towards this scheme in its Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO), handed down last month.
The NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) has undertaken trial ICT procurements in an attempt to develop a process more outcome-based and innovation-friendly, joining the growing number of Australian jurisdictions looking to cut costs by streamlining procurement practices and fostering a more inclusive supplier ecosystem
Queensland has gone to market for vendor partners to help trial a digital driver’s licence by the end of 2019, following in the footsteps of neighbouring states New South Wales and South Australia
Election season is coming. Citizens of Victoria and NSW will be going to the polls in November 2018 and March 2019, while the rest of the country waits expectantly following the Liberal party’s October loss in the Wentworth by-election and calls from members within the party for an early vote.
Over the next few months Intermedium will look at each of the...
Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) has called for industry partners to support its digital transformation, two years after
Improving self-service capability and process automation is crucial to the success of Queensland’s shared services agencies, according to a new audit report from the state’s chief auditor.
Australian cities are ramping up their investment into smart technologies in a bid to attract talent and overhaul how citizens enjoy and engage with public spaces, as well as how these public spaces are managed, with the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government’s efforts in Canberra emerging as an exemplar
As case backlogs grow and litigation becomes more specialised and technical, placing strain on the justice system, jurisdictions across Australia will increase spending on ICT systems to achieve efficiencies in the justice sector