This morning I spoke at Intermedium’s annual Federal Government ICT Market: The Year in Review 2009-10 breakfast. Like most APS areas, AGIMO gets regular requests to speak at such events. While we can’t accept them all, we do try to target those which have particular relevance for at least some of our stakeholders. In this [...]
Monthly Archives: October 2010
Recently AGIMO presented at the IPv6 Summit in Melbourne to report on the Governments progress transitioning to IPv6 as guided by the IPv6 transition strategy for Government agencies. The presentation is available from the Summit organiser’s website (PDF, 433k) (update) below but the main message is that the Government is on target to have government [...]
I’m Tania Walsh, IT Application Services Panel Project Manager for the Enterprise Applications Branch of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). AGIMO has invited me to post as a guest blogger to seek your views and input on our ATO IT Apps Panel – Performance Framework.
We are seeking a broad range of Application professional IT Services [...]
Announced in a media release last week, the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative has released a number of new and improved Techniques to meet or help meet WCAG 2.0. This is excellent news for agencies looking to create more dynamic or interactive websites, with the release of techniques for multimedia, Flash and WAI-ARIA.
Especially for agencies already [...]
AGIMO is conducting an industry briefing on Friday 15 October 2010 on its data centre migration services RFT. For further information please visit AusTender (login required).
Last Friday, in response to both the Government 2.0 Taskforce recommendations and the Review of the Australian Government’s Use of Information and Communication Technology, the Attorney-General’s Department has released the amended Statement of Intellectual Property Principles for Australian Government Agencies.
This is a formal endorsement of the taskforce recommendation that agencies should license their Public Sector [...]