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  Wednesday May 30, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

Defence chief information officer Greg Farr has moved to reassure the Federal Government that an additional $550 million required for its ICT remediation program will not eat into the projected $1.9 billion in savings from the works.

Also today, we analyse the latest Federal Government ICT expenditure figures.

-- John Hilvert

LATEST GOVERNMENT IT ARTICLES

Defence renews $1.9bn ICT savings pledge Defence renews $1.9bn ICT savings pledge
By John Hilvert | May 30, 2012
Seeks another $550m to fund reform works.
Storage boom in Government ICT continues Storage boom in Government ICT continues
By John Hilvert | May 30, 2012
Mid-sized servers lose infrastructure share.
South Australia extends HP mainframe contract South Australia extends HP mainframe contract
By Brett Winterford | May 30, 2012
$119 million contract to 2018.
Treasury completes two-year data analytics project Treasury completes two-year data analytics project
By Liz Tay | May 25, 2012
Deploys Odysseus to data modelling teams.
Revealed: 2012 e-government award winners Revealed: 2012 e-government award winners
By Liz Tay | May 24, 2012
Government highlights projects, professionals of the year.
AGIMO eyes mobile-friendly website strategy AGIMO eyes mobile-friendly website strategy
By John Hilvert | May 24, 2012
But no priority, targets yet.
NSW retains right to veto data centre co-tenants NSW retains right to veto data centre co-tenants
By Liz Tay | May 25, 2012
Government inks $182 million deal.
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