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The Victorian government is seeking public input on a digital strategy for the state.
The Victorian government today announced a $3 million package aimed at attracting people to IT jobs to drive innovation and growth across the state.
US technology company Asurion has invested $3.7 million to setup two technical support centres in Victoria, creating 300 jobs in the state.
Victoria will look to develop policies that could see employees of government agencies not just using their personal phones or tablets in the office but choose to use their own applications in the workplace.
The Victorian government will spend $9.5 million over four years to build a marketplace for technology services that can be purchased by government agencies.
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