Displaying items by tag: Australian Taxation Office

GUEST OPINION: The pandemic, ongoing lockdowns and tax return time are leading to a perfect scam storm, says Dr Suranga Seneviratne from the University of Sydney’s School of Computer Science, who provides timely advice on how to spot and avoid a scam.

Published in Guest Opinion

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

The Coalition Government's plan to pay Australians to make up for the money they have lost due to either losing their jobs or the fact that their employers have no funds to pay them appears to be a curiously long-winded exercise, which may end up being of little use.

Published in Open Sauce

A number of Federal Government departments are unlikely to meet a September deadline set by the Department of Home Affairs to migrate their data from a company that is now totally Chinese owned to a new data centre.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Accounting software provider Reckon has released a free single touch payroll mobile app before new regulations from the Australian Taxation Office take effect on 1 July.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Companies which employ 19 or fewer people will have to report through the single touch payroll (STP) system from 1 July, the Australian Taxation Office says, adding that they can take additional time until 30 September to do so if required.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Wednesday, 05 September 2018 11:53

ATO employees must be able to prove their ID to public

The Federal Government intends to ask Australians to have a single ID check and then create something known as Govpass to prove their identity when dealing with any government agency.

Published in Open Sauce
Monday, 27 August 2018 15:02

Mace leads sales at Veritec

Cloud solutions provider Veritec has appointed Greg Mace as its general manager for sales.

Published in People Moves

Australia is scheduled to begin a trial of its Govpass ID system in October, a mere two months down the line. Yet, nobody knows who will be the cloud host for the system after Vault Systems (which has recently rebranded itself as Vault) was unceremoniously yanked from the job.

Published in Open Sauce

The trial of Govpass, the ID system that is being planned so Australians can avoid having to repeatedly prove their identity when using government services, will go ahead in October as planned, despite the fact that the cloud provider, Vault Systems, was unceremoniously shown the door.

Published in Government Tech Policy

ASD-certified Protected cloud provider Vault Systems has lost its role as cloud host of the Govpass ID system, with the government's Digital Transformation Agency deciding instead that the Australian Taxation Office and the Department of Human Services would assume responsibility for hosting the components of the digital identity system.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Single touch payroll (STP), the next move by the Australian Taxation Office to streamline payroll reporting, is scheduled to take effect from 1 July.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Friday, 12 January 2018 09:56

Winterbottom leads Genesys government sales

Customer experience and contact centre vendor Genesys has appointed Tony Winterbottom as principal for its ANZ government practice.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 25 October 2017 11:08

ATO deploys monitoring solution from AppDynamics

The Australian Taxation Office has deployed AppDynamics’ performance monitoring application to monitor  its critical applications, including MyTax, a web-based platform that enables tax return lodgments  

Published in Deals

The Australian Taxation Office is chasing a sum of $2.9 billion in back taxes which it says is owed by a number of big multinationals.

Published in Technology Regulation
Thursday, 09 March 2017 12:20

No involvement in robo-debt system, says ATO

Officials from the Australian Taxation Office are unhappy about the fact that their employer is being linked to Centrelink over the automated debt recovery programme launched by the latter in December.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Australian Taxation Office is yet to recover from the effects of a hardware crash in December, with the organisation continuing to face issues with system stability.

Published in Hardware
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