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  • Is ‘fit for purpose’ the new government IT agenda?

    IT departments within the public sector are under more pressure than ever to deliver. Government CIOs are increasingly being expected to improve the quality of services they provide, conform with whole-of-government initiatives and embrace new trends – all while spending less an uncertain economic and political environment.

    Written by Pankaj Chitkara17 June 13 13:28
  • Unisys extends DIAC IT services contract

    The Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) has extended its IT services agreement with Unisys for another five years in a deal valued at $104.1 million.

    Written by Hamish Barwick11 June 13 11:59
  • DIAC CIO Bob Correll retires

    CIO of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship, Bob Correll, has left the agency for retirement and is set to be replaced early next month.

    Written by Rodney Gedda18 April 11 10:35
  • Windows 7 migration underway at Immigration Department

    The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) is ditching XP and giving Vista a miss in favour of desktop refresh to Windows 7 to help the agency improve staff collaboration.

    Written by Hamish Barwick24 Jan. 11 11:28
  • 'Goldie' super users lead IT change at Immigration Dept

    Implementing change within an organisation is never easy, particularly when it comes to replacing whole IT systems. That’s why the Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s (DIAC) chief information officer, Bob Correll, relied largely on "super users" to lead the IT change management in its ambitious Systems for People program.

    Written by James Hutchinson26 July 10 10:20