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  • AIIA response to proposed changes to 457 visa arrangements (PDF)

    Thursday 25 May 2017

    The longstanding 457 visa programme has made an important contribution to productivity growth in Australia and in the case of the ICT sector, has been essential to addressing the genuine gap that currently exists between the domestic supply and demand of ICT and new digital technology skills. Individuals who hold 457 visas not only fill real and immediate needs within ICT organisations, but have proven to also make a significant and positive contribution to the Australian economy generating more revenue than cost.

  • Global Tech Association Recommended Outcomes for G20 2017 (PDF)

    Wednesday 15 February 2017

    AIIA lodged a joint submission on the Multi-association G20 recommendations and proposed timeline of G20 activities.

  • Telecommunications Sector Security Reform (TSSR) (PDF)

    Friday 3 February 2017

    This submission is lodged by the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group), the AIIA, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) and Communications Alliance (jointly, the Associations), which collectively represent the bulk of Australia’s $100 billion ICT industry, including telecommunications Carriers, Carriage Service Providers (C/CSPs), vendors and intermediaries.

  • Consideration of ICT Duties in Budget Season (PDF)

    Wednesday 18 January 2017

    As the 2017 budget season approaches, India’s political leadership will make decisions on import duties that have an important impact on the nation’s business climate. Against this backdrop, our members, representing the most innovative information and communications technology (ICT) companies in the world, would like to highlight the value of a stable and predictable tariff regime.

  • Draft policy position - Govt Digitalisation Final (PDF)

    Monday 16 January 2017

    With the volume and economic value of the direct access and impact government has on citizens and business, there is clear opportunity for Government to take the lead and speed up Australia’s digital transformation.

  • Developing the NSW Government Digital Strategy (PDF)

    Friday 23 December 2016

    AIIA’s view is that the Strategy is sound. However, as a general comment we would encourage the Government to be more ambitious. Emerging technology capability such as Artificial Intelligence, sophisticated data analytics, cognitive intelligence and systems, robotics etc, will have an exponential impact on productivity and the customer service experience – and are already incorporated into systems/services in the private sector.

  • AIIA GITC updates (PDF)

    Friday 16 December 2016

    The marked changes are provided by the AIIA on the understanding that a further opportunity to provide detailed comments will be afforded at a later date and as such do not represent the AIIA's final view.

  • AIIA General Conditions of Contract Final GITC (PDF)

    Thursday 8 December 2016

    The marked changes are provided by the AIIA on the understanding that a further opportunity to provide detailed comments will be afforded at a later date and as such do not represent the AIIA's final view.

  • Digital Identity (PDF)

    Friday 2 December 2016

    While AIIA is pleased with what appears to be adoption of a federated approach to digital identity for government services purposes, we are disappointed with the lack of genuine engagement of our industry in the process. This is despite our ongoing efforts to engage with the DTA and open offers to leverage the expertise and experience of the sector to assist in the design and early alpha development processes. AIIA has a number of members with specific expertise in this area, including the ability to draw on experience and intelligence from implementations around the world.

  • Productivity Commission Draft Report: Data Availability and Use (PDF)

    Thursday 1 December 2016

    AIIA applauds the Productivity Commissioner for his preparedness to challenge existing practices, his focus on customers and willingness to push the boundaries to realise the economic opportunities presented by data and digital technologies.

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