An industry expert believes big IT projects fail for the same reasons as megaprojects in other industries: expectations are set too high, too early.
Local governments will get a funding boost for NBN programs as the government's latest budget delivers $5.7m to expand its Digital Local Government program.
The Australian government must foster ICT innovation and regional collaborative partnerships to meet emerging challenges, AIIA chair Kee Wong has said.
Around 500 CFA brigades will get better emergency services communications after Telstra and Motorola Solutions were signed for a digital radio upgrade.
Transport for NSW's moves towards open data have reversed historical antipathy to mobile app developers and presaged for better public use of real time data
This GTR roundtable brings together three experts in emergency services technology to discuss innovation in this crucial area of government services.
Improving bandwidth is important to boosting education outcomes – but it can have unintended consequences, as the Catholic Education Office discovered.
The NBN is at the forefront of a joint effort between IBM and the City of Geraldton to identity and exploit broadband opportunities for the regional WA city
Labor will not push NBN Co to sign extraordinary contracts to increase the NBN's longevity after a possible Coalition election win, Stephen Conroy told GTR.
Ensuring robust election-year debate over the the national broadband network (NBN), the federal Coalition has launched its alternative FttN policy.
The spread of the National Broadband Network (NBN) is driving many government organisations to reconsider their training, insourcing and outsourcing mix.
Victoria's ICT strategy is bearing fruit as the state government revamps its telecommunications procurement and overhauls its main Web site after 10 years.
Government agencies are struggling with technical and procedural change necessary to bring government open data initiatives to fruition, an OAIC survey says
Managed print services (MPS) are delivering real savings for NSW schools seeking to cut their expenditure on printing and printers.