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The NSW government has appointed six new members to its ICT Advisory Panel, including a new chair, qualified lawyer and former Australian Computer Society president, Anthony Wong.
The NSW government has unveiled a new ICT policy designed to help government agencies with technology investment and planning decisions.
The NSW government will invite registrations of interest (ROI) in April from vendors who can present a new delivery model for the government’s shared services agency, ServiceFirst.
The New South Wales government is inviting IT companies in the state to exhibit at CommunicAsia in Singapore during June 2014 as part of a trade mission.
Sydney telecommunications broker Housley Consulting has been hired by the New South Wales government to help state agencies with telecommunications service contracts.
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