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Thursday, 14 April 2022 13:23

AWS and DTA renew whole-of-government agreement

Cloud provider Amazon Web Services and the Australian Government's Digital Transformation Agency have renewed and extended their whole-of-government agreement.

Published in Government Tech

Commonwealth Bank is partnering with the Australian Business Forum (ABF) to present the inaugural SmallBiz-Week in Melbourne from 17-19 May 2022.

Published in Networking
Friday, 01 April 2022 09:50

Frisk finds new CEO: Nick Kervin

South Australia based data intelligence specialist Frisk has appointed Nick Kervin to the role of CEO.

Published in People Moves

E-invoicing access point provider Link4 continues to bag more government contracts as more government agencies employ e-invoicing in recent months.

Published in Accounting Software

The chief executive of a cryptocurrency marketplace has welcomed the recommendations of a Senate inquiry into taxation, licensing and regulations to cover digital and cryptocurrency businesses in Australia.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Department of the Treasury has extended its contract with software company Link4, and has agreed to continue using its e-invoicing services after a successful initial 12-month period.

Published in Government Tech
Tuesday, 04 May 2021 10:39

ATO prepares to buy more managed services

The Australian Taxation Office has announced plans to buy additional managed IT services.

Published in Technology Tenders
Wednesday, 24 March 2021 12:16

Xero to acquire e-invoicing company

Cloud accounting provider Xero says it will acquire Tickstar, a Sweden-based e-invoicing infrastructure business.

Published in Listed Tech

The Australian Taxation Office’s (ATO) mandate for all federal government agencies to adopt e-invoicing by July 2022 will get cashflow back to small and medium-sized suppliers significantly faster than current invoicing processes, according to SAP Concur.

Published in Government Tech Policy

More than two million Australians have created digital identities through the government my.Gov portal in order to access digital services, a statement from two ministers says.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Digital Transformation Agency's digital ID program has been described as insecure and unfit for purpose by security researchers who last year found vulnerabilities in the government's COVIDSafe app.

Published in Security

The Australian Taxation Office has signed five managed network services contracts with Optus Business, a division of Singtel Optus, Australia's second biggest telco, with each to run for three years initially, with the option of being extended thrice for two years at a time. The total value of the contracts is $233.32 million.

Fibre and network solutions provider Vocus has signed a three-year deal to provide secure national data and Internet services to the Australian Taxation Office.

After what seems an eternity, an Australian company, born and bred right here, has landed what always seemed to be impossible: a whole-of-government cloud deal with an Australian Government entity.

Published in Open Sauce

The Australian Taxation Office is stepping up its support to help businesses know what they need to do and make the necessary move to myGovID ahead of the impending retirement of AUSkey - alerting business that the secure login to government online services cannot be extended beyond the portal shutdown date.

Published in Security

The decade old AUSKey and Manage ABN Connections services are set to be retired by the Australia Tax Office (ATO).

Published in Strategy

The Australian Government's myGov website has crashed as taxpayers pile on to file their returns in a bid to get the sum of a little over $500 that will come to some as part of the laws to cut tax passed recently.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

The usage of the government myGov portal has risen by 40% in the last 12 months, a statement from the Department of Human Services claims, with 500,000 users logging in on a daily basis.

Published in Government Tech

The Federal Government has allocated $67.2 million in the forthcoming budget for use in fresh trials around its myGovID identify system, a trial of which began in October last year for iPhone users.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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