The ACT Government has chosen financier Brighte as the exclusive administration partner for the first phase of their flagship climate policy, the Sustainable Household Scheme.
AustCyber’s Canberra Cyber Security Innovation Node has been jointly launched by the Federal Minister for industry science and technology Karen Andrews and the ACT Minister for Advanced Technology and Space Industries, Mick Gentleman.
Microsoft Azure is delivering parts of the ACT Government’s digital transformation strategy which has cloud computing at the core.
The Australian Wind Alliance is hailing a deal between South Australia’s Hornsdale Wind Farm and the ACT government for making wind power the country’s “cheapest new electricity source”.
Australian-owned digital business consulting and technology company, DB Results, has secured a contract to implement a new revenue collection and concession payments platform for the ACT Government.
Hamish Petrie, Ingogo’s founder and CEO supports yet questions the ACT Government’s upcoming taxi industry ride sharing reforms.
The Australian Taxi Industry Association (ATIA) says the ACT Government’s rushed uberX ride sharing decision is ‘flawed’, is a pitch for popularity and won’t pave the way.
iiNet has been contracted by the Tasmanian Government to deploy Internet access services across the state’s public sector.
The ACT Government has appointed its first chief digital officer as part of its strategy to drive digital innovation in the nation’s capital.
Civic East is the first part of Canberra's CBRfree Wi-Fi network to go permanently online with 250MB per user download per day, with another 11 business districts to be progressively wired up for free Wi-Fi by June 2015.
iiNet has secured an ACT Government contract to build a free WiFi network in the next 12 months which will provide wireless coverage across 12 business districts in Canberra.
Listed Australian consulting and technology firm Oakton has appointed 25-year business and IT veteran David Mathews as Executive General Manager for the ACT.
The ACT Government is to fund NICTA to the tune of $3 million per year over four years, from 1 July 2012.
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