Can the NT Government overcome its IT skills shortage?

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Can the NT Government overcome its IT skills shortage?

[Blog Post] Haemorrhaging cash in the top end.

The NT Government is struggling with an IT skills crisis of Uluru-sized proportions, and it is having a significant impact on its bottom line. Tech professionals have become the latest breed of fly-in, fly-out worker in the top end, and it is seriously restricting the efficient modernisation of ...

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Paris Cowan
Paris Cowan joined iTnews in July 2013 after a stint at Intermedium, a news and data analysis firm based exclusively on government IT procurement. At Intermedium, Paris reported on new IT projects underway in state and federal agencies, interviewed public sector CIOs and was subsequently promoted to Online Editor in June 2012. While public sector IT will remain her key focus at iTnews, she has been given a broader remit to cover technology programs across several industries.
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