Prime Minister’s department to set up its own MOOC 
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Takes a fresh approach to training public servants.
 
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Will re-issue new digital signature.
 
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Call for industry to work with schools, universities.
 
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Application security training.
 
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Free application security training.
 
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Fair Work Ombudsman prosecutes North Melbourne firm.
 
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Also rejects class action lawsuits.
 
Stop offshoring our ICT skill nurseries 
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