Reports and Submissions

NICTA Response to the Public Infrastructure Productivity Commission Issues Paper and Draft Report
NICTA recommends the use of smart ICT in design, implementation and analysis of major public infrastructure projects.

NICTA comments on the Draft NSW Freight and Ports Strategy

This response builds on NICTA‘s earlier input to the NSW Draft Long Term Transport Master Plan, and strengthens our ongoing relationships with the NSW Government, Roads and Maritime Services, Transport Management Centre and many related agencies.

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NICTA comments on the Draft NSW Long Term Transport Master Plan

This document is NICTA's submission on the Draft NSW Long Term Transport Master Plan. It outlines areas where ICT may help meet NSW transport needs and where NICTA could contribute its technological expertise to fulfilling this vision.

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NSW Government Professional Services Industry Action Plan

This document is NICTA's submission on the NSW Government Professional Services Industry Action Plan . It outlines the role digital technology can play in supporting and enhancing these services, as well as relevant NICTA capability in the area.

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2011 NSW Government ICT Strategic Framework

This document is NICTA's submission on the NSW Government ICT Strategic Framework . At outlines suggestions for improving stakeholder engagement, empowering staff, growth and innovation in the ICT sector and greater research sector engagement.

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2011 NSW Digital Economy Action Plan

This document is NICTA's submission on the NSW Government Digital Economy Industry Action Plan. It provides commentry on the Digital Economy issues paper as well as outlining ways to stimulate the digital economy in Education, Media, Finance, Transport and Government Services and related NICTA research.

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NICTA NBN Inquiry Reponse

This document is NICTA's submission to the Inquiry into the role and potential of the National Broadband Network by the House Standing Committee on Infrastructure and Communications. It provides comment on the potential of the NBN for economic and social benefit.  It also provides a discussion on potential bandwidth drivers in the future.

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