The DTO has hired former PM&C CIO Radi Kovacevic, while the Department of Human Services has appointed a former NAB exec to oversee a welfare payment system refresh.
Gold Coast Airport has secured government approval to deploy an instrument landing system, which will allow more flights to land during poor weather days without needing to be diverted.
A member of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation is working with the ADF to help develop more effective and resistant armour for land vehicles.
There is a growing tide of concern that the troubled NBN rollout is being sidelined in Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's much hyped 'ideas boom'.
The government is holding information sessions this week for citizens and organisations seeking to help shape the government's commitments for open government reform.
Telstra is the next big corporate player to announce investment in silicon quantum computing.
The federal government's National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA) has been met with widespread approval from industry leaders across the ICT sector.
Silver Chain Group's Lancelin Primary Health Centre has joined the Emergency Telehealth Service network, a government initiative to improve access to expert medical advice for health workers in regional areas.
Airservices Australia will work with the industry on a program aimed at revamping the organisation's operations and improving service delivery, according to acting CEO Jason Harfield.
The IT managers of US government agencies overwhelmingly feel an urgent need to modernise legacy applications, which are increasingly ill-suited to meeting the needs of modern government.
Lockheed Martin Australia, Saab Australia and Thales Australia have launched a submarine combat systems lab in Adelaide to help support the design and delivery of Australia's future submarine fleets.
Queensland's TransLink has signed a three-year contract extension with Cubic Transportation Systems covering the Go transport cards, while it invites expressions of interest for an overhaul of the system.
Australian and New Zealand local councils believe partnerships, mergers and emerging technologies such as cloud and the IoT to be the key to addressing the challenges of the next decade.
The WA government has announced a new ICT procurement program designed to save hundreds of millions in IT costs per year by moving away from owning infrastructure and embracing services instead.