Australian licences will go digital from mid-August and NSW is first off the rank, sources close to the government have confirmed.
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More than 130,000 NSW government staff will be using Microsoft cloud, mobility and collaborative products, following a new agreement with the software giant.
The NSW government has signed a $215 million IT outsourcing deal with Infosys and Unisys, replacing the functions of its in-house shared services provider ServiceFirst.
Tech savvy and distrusting millennials, people born between 1980 and 2000, will not tolerate governments that still inhabit an analogue world, NSW finance minister, Dominic Perrottet, said in his opening CeBIT keynote speech on Tuesday morning.
The NSW government will roll out a platform by the year’s end that will support PayPal and new payment types such as MasterPass, VisaCheckout, and Apple Pay when it becomes available in Australia.
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