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Displaying items by tag: Joint Standing Committee on the NBN

As part of our series on the future of the NBN, iTWire had hoped to round off things with the opinions of Communications Minister Paul Fletcher and Shadow Communications Minister Michelle Rowland, the two people who are in a position to actually decide on what the future of the network will be.

Published in Open Sauce

The Australian Labor Party has expressed concern over the state of the fixed-wireless service offered by the NBN Co and identified in the second report of the Joint Standing Committee on the NBN as likely to be due to congestion.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The peak body representing consumer interests in telecommunications has called for greater transparency and accountability about service performance by the National Broadband Network.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Friday, 19 April 2013 16:57

Quigley hits back at Lib cost claims

As we predicted yesterday NBN Co has hit back at Coalition claims that the cost of Labor's National Broadband Network will blow out, while casting doubt on the viability of the Coalition's own plans.

Published in Government Tech Policy

NBN Co CEO Mike Quigley has appeared before the Joint Parliamentary Joint Committee on the NBN. At the same time NBN Co released a detailed report on the project costings, in which there is no change from the initial budget.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Capgemini Australia has warned the Joint Standing Committee on the NBN that there looming skills shortage in the IT industry and without the Government promoting skills locally, the only option for business is to source from offshore.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Sunday, 31 July 2011 09:34

464 post offices not able to use the NBN

The Joint Standing Committee on the NBN has been told by the Postal Office Agents Association that 464 post offices throughout Australia will not be able to make use of the NBN because they do not have electronic point-of-sale technology.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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