Historically, a significant number of issues which negatively impact citizens result in new ICT requirements emerging. Australia’s recent quadruple crises of drought, fires, floods and pandemic will create significant demand for new technology solutions.
Tag: Machinery of Government (MOG)
Promising to “congestion-bust” the Canberra bureaucracy soon after his re-election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has doubled down
The set up of the new Department of Home Affairs could see the integration and rationalisation of the back office functions and ICT systems of the agencies involved, and potentially spark fresh thinking regarding the technology used in Australia’s domestic security operations
Topics: Procurement; ICT Strategy; Digital Transformation; Fed.
Sixty ICT procurement staff from the Department of Finance will wait until May to join the Digital Transformation Agency under a second stage of the transfer of Whole-of-Government (WofG) ICT functions that began in December
The NSW Office of Finance and Services will be expanded to the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation, with Dominic Perrottet to
The New South Wales Department of Police and Justice is now to be known simply as the Department of Justice after the entity’s second name change in as many months.
The Department was renamed to the Department of Police and Justice in late April 2014 following the Ministerial reshuffle that occurred after Mike Baird became Premier. It was previously known as the Department of Attorney-General and Justice.
The latest name change, first reported by the...
Sources within the South Australian Government say the creation of a new Department of State Development, headed up by ex-Canberra bureaucrat, Dr Don Russell has come about in part due to the Cabinet’s appreciation that ICT is crucial to State Development, and as such, the new agency should encompass the Digital Economy functions of the former Department of Further Education, Employment and Science and Technology (DFEEST), the ICT Roadmap for Minerals and Energy Resources Project, as well as...
Work on the Parliamentary Workflow Solution (PWS) administered by the former Department of Education, Employment and Workforce Relations (DEEWR) is progressing despite the September 2013 Machinery of Government (MoG) changes arising from the election of the Coalition Government.
DEEWR, which had been responsible for the development and implementation of the solution, has been split into the Department of Education and the Department of Employment while the former Department of Finance...
The former Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR), completed an Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud pilot before its Machinery of Government (MoG) split into the Department of Education (Education) and the Department of Employment (Employment) following the Coalition’s September 2013 election win.
The pilot program, which began in March 2013, tested whether AWS’s infrastructure-as-a-service offering was compatible with the then DEEWR’s...