Decade-long contracts with numerous amendments may become increasingly rare due to changing procurement policy and ethos in government
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The recent release of the Digital Transformation Agency’s (DTA) Secure Cloud Strategy should see the federal cloud market rise in the coming months, but by how much? Intermedium takes a look at the present landscape
Virtual assistants are playing an increasingly pivotal role in the Federal Government’s major customer service agencies’ back and front office operations
In the wake of the alleged fraud involving the family of former Australian Taxation Office Deputy Commissioner Michael Cranston, Commissioner Chris Jordan said that the ATO will “remain open to looking at whether our processes, controls or systems need to be bolstered” in the interests of restoring the public’s trust in the agency.
Having grown markedly since 2012-13, the Australian Public Sector (APS) ICT labour hire market is likely to overheat in 2017-18 according to Intermedium’s analysis of the 2017-18 Federal Budget.
Over 760,000 Australian Taxation Office (ATO) customers have opted to use the agency’s new voice biometrics service
The Australian Taxation Office’s nine-year managed network services contract with Optus has grown to more
A number of Australian Government agencies have recently begun the search for new CIOs to oversee
$1.7 billion is expected to be saved over the forward estimates by improvements to the
Clicks IT Recruitment, Clarius Group, Paxus, Peoplebank, and Talent International (ACT) have been announced as the