Tuesday, July 5, 2022

53% in ANZ say that client experience in government affects their vote

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Just over half of Australians and New Zealanders (53 per cent) said their experiences of interacting with government services directly affect how they vote, according to new Qualtrics research released today, with 25 per cent saying it has a significant impact. With government agencies across the countries working to modernise and expand their services in response to changing resident demands, expectations, and behaviours, findings from the Qualtrics study - taken from Experience Management for Government - reveal the importance of delivering positive experiences in these new environments.

Australian government’s appeal fights for duty to not care about children

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In announcing the Morrison Government’s intention to appeal Federal Court finding of a duty of care, Environment Minister Sussan Ley is arguing that she has the freedom to not care about Australian children and young people, according to the teenagers behind the case.

Commpete hails Labor Gov’t, upholds commitment to reform telco sector

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Commpete, Australia’s peak body for challenger telecommunications brands, congratulates Anthony Albanese and the Australian Labor Party on the victory in the federal election. In particular, Commpete wishes to recognise the re-election of Michelle Rowland and looks forward to working with her as the likely Minister for Communications. Commpete values the many years of commitment to the telecommunications sector Ms. Rowland has showed as a Shadow Communications Minister, ably supported by her expert team of advisors.

Chinese regime using climate policy as a weapon against US economy

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The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has twisted the climate change movement into a political and economic weapon against the West, according to a new report by The Global Warming Policy Foundation, a London-based non profit organisation. Titled “China’s Energy Dream,” the report details the CCP’s manipulation of international climate agreements and comes to a startling conclusion: “China uses climate policy both as a way to strengthen its economy and as a weapon for weakening other countries.”

GovConnex raises $1 million to organise Australia’s government data

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The demand for a solution like GovConnex has continued to grow as access to government information and ability to easily manage risk becomes a must have for unions, industry associations, nonprofits, government relations teams and public affairs teams.

Coinbase IPO: Bitcoin investors should expect more government scrutiny of crypto currencies

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Bitcoin investors should be braced for – but not put off by – “much greater government scrutiny,” warns the boss of one of an independent financial advisory and fintech organization.

Secure Code Warrior partners with Singapore’s public sector to deepen tech competencies among officers

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The success we have achieved with GovTech to date provides the foundation for this content partnership with The Academy to upskill all government employees in secure coding, ensuring they’re equipped to respond to the demands of digitalisation,

Aussies want small retailers exempt from closing shop during lockdowns

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New research reveals that Australians have not agreed with Government-mandated business closures and do not want businesses subject to them again in another lockdown.

HypeAuditor reveals Australia’s most influential politicians on Instagram

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New data released from HypeAuditor, shows Instagram has become the new playground for Australia’s top politicians. 2021 has been an eventful year filled with tension on the political front with state premiers each running their own race and/or political agenda to mitigate the effects of the pandemic from ordering snap lockdowns to state border closures, and other restrictions.

G7 summit shows Australia lags on global green competitiveness

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While Germany, Italy and the United States will participate in the G7 summit as global leaders in green competitiveness, Australia will attend as a ‘green laggard’, according to a new global analysis published today involving Monash University.