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
Tag: Department of Defence
KPMG continues its reign as the Department of Defence’s top ICT business consultant – chosen as Strategic Partner for its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) transformation program in an arrangement worth $5.5 million
Slow institutional change, including an enduring culture of risk-adversity, is preventing the Department of Defence from fully realising its digital transformation ambitions
The Department of Defence is seeking a new Chief Information Officer capable of taking on the comprehensive suite of large-scale transformation projects initiated by the departing CIO Peter Lawrence
Provided ICT contracting continues to mimic patterns in the budget funding cycle, the forecasted downturn in the total value of ICT contracting in 2016-17 is likely excusable as a ‘trough’ year rather than an early indication of a long-term decline in Federal Government ICT contracting.
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
The biggest buyer of Major Office Machines (MOM) across the Federal Government has cemented ties with Konica Minolta for another three years after signing a $79.14 million contract under the new Whole-of-Government MOMs Panel.
This leaves only two of the five tier one agencies without a significant active MOM contract
ICT spending reached unprecedented levels across the Federal Government in 2015-16, surpassing $9 billion for the very first time. But was this a once-off, and where did the money fall?
Topics: Digital Transformation; Fed.
Information management reforms necessary for the implementation of the transformative One Defence business model are continuing to plague the Department of Defence, with its