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A new tool to fight welfare fraud in Australia

A card management system that tracks access cards through their entire lifecycle and can hold applications for secure storage or transfer of holder information is set to launch in Australia.

UK says contracts can’t discriminate against AMD

The U.K. has updated its guidelines for government IT procurement contracts, bringing them into line with European regulations that prohibit the public sector from discriminating against vendors in invitations for bids. The move was applauded by Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD), which said it would help level the playing field in the chip market in Europe. Some governments have been scolded by the European Union for stipulating chips from AMD rival Intel Corp. in their tender offers.

Nortel to buy IT services firm for $448 million

Nortel Networks Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Canada's Nortel Networks Corp., plans to buy government IT services provider PEC Solutions Inc. for about US$448 million, Nortel announced Tuesday.


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DOJ clears PeopleSoft’s JDE buy

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has ended its review of PeopleSoft Inc.'s planned acquisition of J.D. Edwards & Co., clearing the way for the transaction to close later this month, PeopleSoft said Monday.

Billion-dollar boost for Australian IT industry

An 80,000 PC network outsourcing project by the Australian Department of Defence is gathering momentum with an invitation to register interest opening this week.

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