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GovNext to help small ICT firms

Small information and communication technology firms will have more opportunities to win state government work once the GovNext strategy is rolled out, according to chief information officer Giles Nunis.

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Perth
The whole of WA IT industry is in fear of this initiative. It has the potential to have Liberal lose the next election I think. Nothing in this article outlines how this will help small business. These big businesses will just grow their own staff. There is no dialog with SMEs currently and I know that most vendors and smaller players are very concerned about their futures. There is a rumour going around that Nunis already has another job lined up as DG of a government department and he will exit the CIO role before this initiative even gets off the ground. Great work.

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