Tasmania: How to run govt IT with no money

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Tasmania: How to run govt IT with no money

[Blog Post] Rating the apple isle's IT approach.

Tasmania claims to be home to the first Australian police force fully fitted out with tablet devices, and in that niche it can at least claim to be a leader in government technology deployment. The reality is that the apple isle runs a very tight IT operation, made easier by the fact that its ...

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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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