The Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs yesterday announced a three-year deal with IBM for core technology services as part of its $495 million Systems for People project.
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The Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaCSIA) has issued a call for tenders for a desktop and notebook refresh.
Federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock has inked a whole-of-government subscription deal with AusCERT for commonwealth agencies.
Australian IT managers last week came out in support of the use of keylogging software to monitor staff access to customer records after Centrelink admitted it had been undertaking employee surveillance for the past year.
Canberra's shortage of IT skills is good news for Adelaide where Centrelink will build its new IT shop and have access to graduates from the city's three universities.
The Minister for the Department of Information Technology, Communications and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan used her opening address at the GSI Impetus 2006 conference in Melbourne this week to launch a guide to RFID adoption for Australian business.
The Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR) is inviting tenders to provide a software-based content management system to support and manage investigations into breaches of federal law and fraud within the various departments.
The Western Australian Department of Land will go live on Monday with the first part of an agency-wide project to disseminate land information online to government agencies across the state.
Could the about-to-be appointed chief of the federal government's Access Card project be the highest paid tech professional in the public sector?
The Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA) and the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) have both extended their outsourcing contracts with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC).
Western Australia's Department for Community Development has signed a three-year outsourcing contract with Unisys West for the further development of store-bought CRM and content management software.
Draft standards and an interoperability framework for all public sector agencies has been released in preparation for the federal government's billion dollar smartcard rollout.
Special Minister of State Gary Nairn has expressed disappointment at the findings of a report into Internet security by Australia's National Audit Office (ANOA).
The Australian Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA) has selected US-based identity management vendor Viisage to supply RFID or smartcard electronic document readers for Australia's e-passports.
Six Australian government agencies have come under fire from the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) for having lax security.