A $170m, three year contract extension will see Fujitsu's ICT services team supporting a busy Defence ICT agenda.
A number of local governments have lodged Senate submissions advocating the continuation of a fibre-to-the-premise (FTTP) NBN rollout in their areas.
US president Barack Obama's State of the Union speech touched on the NSA's mass surveillance programs and called for IT innovation and government support.
The Victorian State government is accepting submissions on its ambitious ICT Strategy until February 10.
Australia's Department of Defence has extended its services contract with Unisys in a two-year, $52m deal that will involve supporting over 100,000 devices.
GTR speaks with Massachusetts state CIO John Letchford about adopting cloud and other progressive IT in a severely resource-constrained environment.
Longtime mainframe user the Northern Territory government has committed to a contemporary IBM mainframe as the basis for its core database systems.
New chief digital officers will commonly join CIOs in the executive ranks at government agencies by 2014, Gartner research has forecasted.
Queensland's Noosa Shire Council is implementing the Nexon Absolute hosted unified communications (UC) solution in the leadup to its 2014 separation.
Emergency services organisations are moving to embrace mobile information technologies that empower staff with critical and contextual information.
Queensland's Redland City Council to implement Objective enterprise content management (ECM) system to consolidate data silos, tap into unstructured data.
A NEC Australia training program will target talented indigenous students as part of its mission to train 50 NT apprentices as IT-industry staff by 2018.
NSW's Gosford City Council has steered a group of 43 NSW councils to a landmark VMware and VDI group-buying deal that's expected to save $3 million.
The introduction of the PCEHR is driving healthcare providers to figure out how electronic health records can be integrated into their everyday practice.