Category: Labour Hire
The Federal government has joined New South Wales as one of two jurisdictions Intermedium considers “digital government ready” in its 2020 digital readiness report, with Victoria
With skills shortages, ambitious digital goals and the maintenance of the Average Staffing Level cap for Federal government agencies, Canberra’s overheated labour hire market shows no sign of cooling down.
The recommendations of the Independent Review of the Australian Public Service (the Review) have the potential to significantly up the pace of digital transformation, as well as
Those displeased with the 2019 budget’s information and communication technology allocation will welcome the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO), with
When the Department of Finance, Services & Innovation was re-branded as Customer Service in Machinery of Government changes following the March 2019 state election, Minister Victor Dominello hinted at what was to come
Promising to “congestion-bust” the Canberra bureaucracy soon after his re-election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has doubled down
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet is currently developing its response to the Thodey review, possibly the most significant review of the Australian Public Service (APS) since
The Northern Territory is set to kickstart its ‘budget battle’ by renewing its Whole-of-Government ICT Specialist Services panel, with a focus on the consolidation of infrastructure, new provisions for agile and user experience roles
With Federal health expenditure reaching $81.8 billion in the 2019-20 budget, and unrelenting pressure on the national health system from population growth, voter concerns about the imbalance between urban-regional services and an ageing population, jurisdictions are continuously looking for ways to improve the effectiveness of health service delivery.