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An article from the Planet Biometrics this week reported that the Australian Passport Office (APO) has released a request for tenders that signals its intention to boost facial recognition capabilities and to consider the use of other biometrics in its passport issuance and analysis systems.
APO currently produces travel documents for Australian citizens and, in 2005, [...]
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional Infrastructure and Services Andrew Stoner announced a call for tenders to dredge Swansea Channel. According to Mr Stoner, “Swansea Channel is the gateway to Lake Macquarie and dredging it will ensure it remains accessible”.
The project is set to improve access for locals and interstate vessels that need a channel [...]
A recent news article from the Herald Sun stated that the State and Federal Governments should boost spending on infrastructure to help the nation’s economic plight as the mining investment boom slows.
According to reports from Deloitte Access Economics, the first time in a decade, the value of Australia’s major development projects has fallen for [...]
It is no doubt that the procurement and tender process is significant to major projects and service industries throughout Australia.
A recent report from Futuregov showed that the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has finalised a five-year International Communications Network (ICN) upgrade programme. Industry expertise is being sought on a range of contracts from [...]
By the year 2030, South Australia is predicated to have the ability, through 40 new recourse and infrastructure projects, to create 35,000 jobs. However, skill shortages may diminish the boom.
The Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance (RESA) will soon be revealing their research into the demand and supply situation within the state’s mining workforce and the [...]
The Australia-based operator of the North West Shelf Project, Woodside Petroleum Ltd, announced earlier this week that the North Rankin Redevelopment Project off Western Australia has achieved start-up and has exported gas to the Karratha Gas Plant.
The $4.71 billion, or AUD 5 billion, (100% cost; Woodside share 16.67%) North Rankin Redevelopment Project has involved the [...]
Recent reports from the bureau proposed that Australia might struggle to reach coal targets.
According to analysts, Australia forecasts steady growth over the next five years for two of its biggest export earners, iron ore and thermal coal, but it may struggle to meet targets for coal as global demand growth fades.
Iron ore exports are forecast [...]
According to a recent news report, local government infrastructure projects will be encouraged and new training offered to the unemployed, as part of a State Government plan, will aim to boost jobs.
Premier Jay Weatherill recently made his second major pre-election policy announcement, unveiling a jobs and skills scheme aimed at “emerging industries”. Councils with “shovel [...]
According to a recent report by the state government, a $5 billion infrastructure project proposed for South Australia is set to help boost iron ore exports to more than 100 million tonnes per year.
The Braemar Bulk Export Project, which will link the upper Spencer Gulf to iron ore resources in the state’s northeast has been [...]