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iTnews Government IT Newsletter

  Wednesday July 18, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Greetings,

Government websites are racing to comply with web accessibility guideline WCAG 2.0 by the end of the year. An iTnews survey reveals that the federal Department of Human Services is well ahead.

We also look at changes to the Government's travel service arrangements. A new deal with Diners Club could allow agencies to automatically block unauthorised payments to escort agencies, casinos and other "unsuitable" merchants.

-- John Hilvert

LATEST GOVERNMENT IT ARTICLES

Govt to block unauthorised credit payments Govt to block unauthorised credit payments
By John Hilvert | Jul 18, 2012
'Unsuitable merchants' blocked from public purse.
Human Services leads on website accessibility Human Services leads on website accessibility
By John Hilvert | Jul 18, 2012
iTnews surveys 22 federal agency sites.
Tax Office eyes real-time analytics Tax Office eyes real-time analytics
By Liz Tay | Jul 17, 2012
Bespoke analytics platform set to improve.
Federal Govt touts $2bn in ICT savings Federal Govt touts $2bn in ICT savings
By John Hilvert | Jul 16, 2012
About $200m from non-Gershon trimmings.
CrimTrac seeks identity management advice CrimTrac seeks identity management advice
By John Hilvert | Jul 13, 2012
To inform national strategy.
Tasmanian cops decline to 'censor internet' Tasmanian cops decline to 'censor internet'
By Ry Crozier | Jul 13, 2012
Posting to Facebook isn't a crime.
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