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  Wednesday February 22, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Greetings,

Selling to government agencies may be confusing for IT suppliers these days, with more than 120 ICT services panels serving the Federal Government.

Will a Federal policy to reduce these to around 57 by the end of 2014 work? We've conducted an in-depth investigation -- available exclusively to iTnews subscribers -- to find out.

-- John Hilvert

LATEST GOVERNMENT IT ARTICLES

Federal agencies test ICT services panels policy Federal agencies test ICT services panels policy
By John Hilvert | Feb 22, 2012
In no hurry to consolidate supplier arrangements.
NSW Attorney-General drawn into copyright suit NSW Attorney-General drawn into copyright suit
By James Hutchinson | Feb 22, 2012
Government agencies face more litigation.
Health rolls out Windows 7 thin clients Health rolls out Windows 7 thin clients
By Liz Tay | Feb 20, 2012
To deliver 4500 virtual desktops by May.
NSW unsure of registering state domain NSW unsure of registering state domain
By James Hutchinson | Feb 22, 2012
States ink contracts for .sydney, .melbourne and .victoria.
Queensland Govt eyes $5.7m student iPad trial Queensland Govt eyes $5.7m student iPad trial
By Staff Writer | Feb 22, 2012
Two-year project for 20 schools.
NSW compensation agencies hunt for CIO NSW compensation agencies hunt for CIO
By Ry Crozier | Feb 20, 2012
IT shared services division begins recruitment.
Logan City Council relieves SOE stress with iPads Logan City Council relieves SOE stress with iPads
By Ry Crozier | Feb 16, 2012
How Apple devices could afford IT some breathing space.
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