AMP’s insurance arm has launched an online resource hub to assist advisers in implementing the Federal Government’s mandated Life Insurance Framework (LIF).

China’s central bank has ordered the establishment of nationwide clearing house for online payment services, instructing 44 financial firms to route their transactions through the new platform, according to a report by the South China Morning Post (SCMP).

The South Australian Government announced the opening of a $4.38 million Global Security Intelligence Centre, a government-backed initiative spurred by investment from NEC Australia.

The Federal Government has earmarked $130.8 million for the development of new data analytics initiative.

The South Australia government is opening up business for small-to-medium enterprises that seek a slice of the state’s $2 billion in contribution for projects and contracts.

The South Australia government has opened up business for small-to-medium enterprises that seek a slice of the state’s $2 billion in contribution for projects and contracts. 

The South Australian government has passed the Public Data Sharing Bill 2016 on 1st December under moves to strengthen data-sharing arrangements between government, local councils and the non-government sector.

South Australia has finalised a new law to fast-track data-sharing between key states, the Commonwealth and non-government sector.

The University of Sydney is rolling out more shared services in the New Year under moves to reduce duplication, deliver standardised ICT platforms, and derive better value for the user community.

Procurement choices influenced by a shared services model that delivers campus-wide value and standardises the ICT platforms, says CIO, Mike Day.

NSW auditor-general’s report to Parliament has flagged ‘control deficiencies’ at organisations providing IT and transactional services to the Finance, Services and Innovation cluster.

The NSW auditor-general’s report to Parliament has flagged ‘control deficiencies’ at organisations providing IT and transactional services to the Finance, Services and Innovation cluster.

Combining regulation and technology, regtech, could solve regulatory and compliance burdens to create new efficiencies in the financial system, the Federal Treasurer believes.

The South Australian government has taken the lead with a $250 million STEM funding program to grow students’ skills base for high-demand coding and robotics technology.