The Federal Government is investing $2 billion in a move it says will give hundreds of thousands of Australians access to new skills by retraining and upskilling them into sectors with job opportunities, as the economy recovers from COVID-19.
Many of Australia’s small businesses have not fully realised their potential because they lack the skills, time or resources to invest in digital technology - or because they lack knowledge of the opportunities that technologies provide.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has strengthened its presence in Canberra with the appointment of 20-year government relations veteran Simon Bush as general manager of policy & advocacy.
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