If you are looking to get a cloud job in Federal government of Australia in Canberra or anywhere else with hybrid, remote or on-site options, then look at the following list of funded projects department wise, where you can apply directly with the department as the jobs become open. You can also setup alerts for the job vacancies.
- $429.5 million over four years for the National Disability Insurance Agency’s (NDIA’s) “capability and systems, to improve processes and planning decisions”.
- $429 million over two years to modernise My Health Record.
- $325.7 million over four years, and $79.9 million a year ongoing), for the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA).
- $254.1 million over four years, and $56.1 million per year ongoing from 2027–28, “to replace, enhance and sustain the Department of Veterans’ Affairs’ new and at-risk legacy ICT systems.”
- $214.5 million for a series of ICT infrastructure investments and changes for aged care, supporting a national worker screening and registration scheme, support at home, and general aged care sector reform.
- $197 million over seven years, and $9.4 million a year from 2030–31, “to continue the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) implementation of its 10-year plan to modernise and replace legacy ICT systems.”
- $146.1 million over four years, and $31.2 million per year ongoing, “for the National Library of Australia, including for the continuation of the Trove digital database … and IT infrastructure”, among other things.
- $145.2 million for Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry for “modern digital systems in cargo pathways that are integrated with business systems, cut red tape and streamline regulation and service delivery for importers”.
- $134.5 million for a single year to sustain the myGov platform.
- $134.1 million over four years, and then $33.7 million a year after, for the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.
- $91.7 million over four years for the Department of Education “to transform program administration for schools and higher education providers by developing a stable, secure, and streamlined information and communications technology platform”.
- $90.2 million over three years “to assure the reliability of DFAT’s international communications network at overseas posts”.
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