Another Labor computer blowout debacle

A lucrative long-term IT contract under the former Labor government to replace ageing computer software at public service superannuation provider Super SA has been plagued by problems, significant delays and massive cost blowouts. Start-up costs for the 12-year contract, awarded in 2014 to global software company DST Bluedoor Pty Ltd and signed-off by the former…

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Treasury staff to move to Port Adelaide

South Australian public sector employees working within the Department of Treasury and Finance’s Shared Services SA division and other divisions will be relocated to a new government office building in Port Adelaide. The 260 staff – who perform a range of administrative functions across government, including financial accounting, procurement, injury management and business systems and…

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Malinauskas must condemn bullying and intimidation by union bosses and members

Labor leader and former union boss Peter Malinauskas must immediately condemn the bullying and intimidation of some workers during yesterday’s union organised protest against budget decisions. Treasurer Rob Lucas said most South Australians would have been appalled at television footage of union bosses and members at the Adelaide Remand Centre screaming abuse and calling a…

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South Australians to benefit from better services

The 2018-19 State Budget is investing significantly in better services in health, mental health, child protection, police and emergency services. “The State Government is investing $1.2 billion over the next four years in the key frontline service delivery portfolios of health and wellbeing, human services including the domestic violence assistance, child protection, police and emergency…

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