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Thursday 8 December 2016
The results of the recent AIIA Council Elections were announced last week at AGMs held in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. The ACT AGM is being held this evening.
Sunday 13 November 2016
Last week members of the AIIA Policy SIG assembled in Canberra to meet with a range of Government, Opposition and Departmental officials to raise the profile of AIIA’s policy agenda.
Monday 31 October 2016
On 25 October representatives from a number of AIIA member companies engaged in a workshop with the recently renamed Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) focussed on the future development of the Government’s Digital Marketplace.
Friday 14 October 2016
Today in Canberra, at a National Press Club luncheon hosted by the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the nation’s peak member body for the ICT industry, Assistant Minister for Digital Transformation Angus Taylor announced the Turnbull Government will be expanding its digital agenda.
Monday 10 October 2016
Last week AIIA and 29 members met with Greg Hunt , Minister for Innovation, Industry and Science in Melbourne to provide feedback on the R&D tax incentive review currently underway.
Thursday 6 October 2016
Monday 12 September 2016
Encourages new and established organisations in all sectors to participate in order to develop the most comprehensive report possible
Wednesday 10 August 2016
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the nation’s peak member body for the ICT industry, today issued a statement in response to last night’s online census, which suffered site outages preventing people from completing the census on the allocated night.
Monday 11 July 2016
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the peak member body for the ICT industry, today congratulates the new Turnbull-led Liberal National Party Government and calls on the Prime Minister to accelerate the transformation of Australia to a digital economy, to ensure Australia is globally competitive and to drive growth and prosperity for our nation.
Wednesday 25 May 2016
Data is the fuel of the knowledge economy. The willingness of governments to open up data is, in many ways, a measure of our democracy. In NSW we want to lead the nation in relation to Open Data.
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