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Telstra will stop using CAPTCHA tests after deciding they are not sufficiently accessible to people with disabilities.
The Victorian government has appointed Grantly Mailes chairman and sole director of the CenITex board as the agency transitions from an internal ICT provider to a broker of services.
The Victorian government seeks to address demand for ICT and related skills across government and industry in the state, according to the Victorian Government’s chief technology advocate, Grantly Mailes.
The Victorian government has requested ICT services from the private sector to replace its internal provider CenITex.
The Victoria government has launched a new cloud-powered system for ICT procurement. The new eServices Register will be used by all government departments and agencies in the state and replaces the old eServices Panel.
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