The Commonwealth’s high-profile ICT procurement program will be under the microscope during a comprehensive review that seeks greater transparency and accountability for high-profile spending programs.

The Australian government’s annual $6.2 billion spending program has come under scrutiny in a comprehensive review unveiled by Angus Taylor, the federal assistant minister for digital transformation.

Federal assistant minister for digital cities, Angus Taylor, has weighed in behind small-to-medium enterprises under moves that increase access to the Commonwealth’s $5.6 billion ICT spending program.

Angus Taylor, assistant minister for digital cities, foreshadows closer engagement with SMEs to source the Commonwealth’s $5.6 billion annual spending program.

The Australian Department of Defence’s ICT modernisation effort taps into $5 billion in new funding to deliver change across all levels of business. The future outlook is shared by defence’s head of ICT realisation, Mathew Smorhun. 

With a two-way trade annually valued at over $28 billion, the Australian and Singapore governments are boosting collaboration around ICT exports, while building the science and innovation agenda.

NSW is taking a lead with ICT exports into the region, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

FST Media and NTT Communications ICT Solutions (NTT ICT) hosted an exclusive panel discussion in Melbourne with leaders from Victorian healthcare organisations to discuss IT infrastructure strategies to reduce operational complexities and deliver better customer experience.