Sydney Water is undergoing extensive modernisation, with Internet of Things (IoT) sensors to be implemented across the water network of Greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the Illawarra.
Indian-headquartered IT services companies have steadily expanded their position in Australian government ICT markets and are becoming a serious competitive force to the more traditional suppliers of infrastructure outsourcing to government agencies.
Topics: IT Services; ICT Strategy; Digital Transformation; Fed.
Accenture and Capgemini’s nomination as the first systems integrators (SIs) to compete for work under the seven-year Welfare Payments Infrastructure Transformation (WPIT) Programme is a departure from the norm for the Department of Human Services (DHS), Intermedium analysis of AusTender contracts has revealed
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has entered the final stages of its procurement process for the Next Generation Infrastructure Service (NGIS),
Indian IT Services companies are gaining traction within the public sector, most notably within the Federal, NSW and Victorian spheres.
Federal Government contracting with Indian suppliers Wipro and Tech Mahindra is steadily rising (mainly for contingent labour hire) while strong market rumours suggest that a major multi-national well established in the Australian Public Sector market and an Indian challenger are the two final contenders for the central computing stack of the...
The Northern Territory Government has become the latest long-serving Labor administration to lose power in Australia. The Country Liberal Party has put an end to an 11 year Labor term, winning the 25 August election with an expected 14 seats from Parliament’s total of 25. Terry Mills will replace Labor’s Paul Henderson as Chief Minister and will commence a $425 million savings drive to reduce the...
Industry and consumer advocates have seized the opportunity to have their say on the Australian Government Information Management Office’s (AGIMO) Draft ICT Strategic Vision for the Federal Government. In this article, Intermedium will identify the similarities and differences between the four submissions to the Department, now published on the AGIMO blog.
Telstra, Wipro, CSG and the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) all agreed to have their responses...