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  • Tasmanian Government to slash ICT programs

    The Tasmanian Government has signalled that it could cut as much as $3.9 million from its 2010-11 and 2011-12 budgets in an effort to address a GFC-influenced GST revenue shortfall.

  • Bill tripled for Queensland Police phone taps

    The Queensland Government has pledged to $44.5 million to the state departments of Police as well as Justice and Attorney-General for the implementation of a permanent telecommunications interception capability as part of the government's 2010-2011 Budget.

  • NSW budget ICT spend revealed

    The NSW state budget for 2010-11 has been announced and will feature ICT investments across the Police, Justice and Emergency Services, and Education and Training Portfolios.

  • Queensland goes Gershon in budget expenses

    The Queensland state government will establish a $15 million ICT initiatives fund aimed at delivering government savings through whole-of-government service delivery.

  • Hockey wields the meat axe on ICT

    Despite the lack of detail in the Opposition Treasurer Joe Hockey’s recent [[xref: http://joehockey.com/mediahub/nprDetail.aspx?prID=975|National Press Club speech|new]], some details have emerged on what cuts the Coalition would make to ICT programs upon taking office.