Stories by Eleanor Dickinson

NSW iVote integrity ‘at risk’ over jobs axe

The integrity of future NSW elections could be under threat after the state’s Electoral Commission lost a number of “very specialised skills” amid a spending axe.

Written by Eleanor Dickinson17 Sept. 19 06:30

NSW Government iCare claim platform cost $360M

A bespoke platform to power the NSW Government's recently-merged insurance provider has cost $360 million dollars, a recent committee revealed.

Written by Eleanor Dickinson16 Sept. 19 06:50

NEC files lawsuit over axed biometrics project

NEC Australia has filed a lawsuit against over the cancellation of the government's Biometric Identification Services (BIS) project.

Written by Eleanor Dickinson19 July 19 15:24

Encryption laws will fuel multinationals’ withdrawal warns AIIA

Australia’s controversial encryption laws will see multinational technology companies withdraw their services from the country, IT industry body the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) ​​ has warned.

Written by Eleanor Dickinson19 July 19 11:34

DHS urged to repair child support IT system

The Department of Human Services (DHS) has been urged to take “immediate” action to upgrade its Child Services payment systems after an independent review found it unfit for purpose.

Written by Eleanor Dickinson23 May 19 10:37