The Department of Finance and Deregulation has released a second draft of its ICT Strategic Vision, foreshadowing changes to the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO).
on 04/29/2012 – Made popular on 04/29/2012
One of the key questions which Ian Reinecke was commissioned to answer in his review of how successful the Federal Government has been in implementing the recommendations stemming from the Gershon review was what the future of the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO).
Several of Australia's largest suppliers of technology suppliers to the Federal Government have called for it to be more forward-thinking, in reactions to a draft whole of government strategic vision published by its peak IT decision-making agency in mid-April this year.
The Federal government has unveiled its whole-of-government strategic ICT workforce plan and ICT career structure in order to develop an ICT workforce “that can meet the Federal Government’s future ICT needs,” according to Lindsay Tanner, minister for finance and deregulation.
blog There was a lot to take in in yesterday’s wide-ranging ICT strategy announcement by the Australian Government Information Management Office, and we still haven’t made our way through the entire thing. However, it looks like Gartner analyst Andrea Di Maio has. And he’s not impressed: “… when I read the draft Australian ICT strategy [...]
A “light touch” cloud certification programme will be introduced by the Federal Government. Although no timeframe has been revealed, Glenn Archer, the first assistant secretary of the Australian Government Information Office (Agimo), today confirmed that the Government would move forward with its cloud certification plans.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Cloud ServicesThe Australian Government Information Office (AGIMO) has published a multi-user list of 35 suppliers selected to provide cloud and cloud-Like services that includes virtual desktops and servers, disaster recovery and managed backups, etendering packages and online collaboration tools.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Government Tech PolicyThe Federal Department of Finance and Deregulation has released a five year ICT strategy for the Australian Public Service promising that it will position the Australian Government to use ICT in creative and innovative ways to deliver better, easier to use services to the public.