Information & Communication Technology in Australia

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This site was developed for the Impacts of National Information Technology Environments on Business course at the Kogod School of Business,  American University in Washington, D.C. 

  This site was developed by Michael Wagner on 2/08/04

The Australian Government wants to ensure that Australians’ lives are enriched, that jobs are created, and that the national wealth is enhanced, through wide-spread participation in the information economy. Australia’s regulatory framework The Australian Government has established a National Office for the Information Economy (NOIE), which reports to the Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts.  NOIE supports this goal by helping to create a world-class online economy in Australia and by developing, overseeing, and coordinating policy on e-commerce, online services and the Internet.