Costs double as new Health payroll falters

22 Dec 2009 3:34 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

22 December 2009

MILLIONS of dollars overpaid to Queensland Health employees could have been avoided if a proposed HR system had been delivered on time.

Shadow Minister for Public Works and Information and Communication Technology Jann Stuckey said QH pay debacle was yet another example of the Bligh Labor government’s inability to deliver projects on-time and on-budget.

“This Labor...

Confusion reigns supreme in IT contract debacle

21 Dec 2009 4:02 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

21 December 2009The Bligh Labor government’s constant dithering over a proposed whole-of-government human resources ICT system is an ongoing disaster for potential tenderers.Shadow Minister for Public Works and Information and Communication Technology Jann Stuckey said the Bligh government’s confused tender process posed serious questions about the impact it was having on the delivery of important...

IT failures a sign of things to come

18 Dec 2009 4:11 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

18 December 2009

No pay for public servants, medical records unable to be accessed, property title transfers stalled and fines paid but not recorded.

These are just some of the things Queenslanders can expect under Robert Schwarten’s bungled whole-of-government IT reform, the Opposition said today.

LNP Public Works and Information and Communication Technology spokeswoman Jann Stuckey...

Schwarten plays catch up on asbestos

24 Nov 2009 4:25 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

24 November 2009

QBUILD workers’ long-term health has been put at risk while Minister Schwarten has procrastinated over appropriate asbestos handling training.

Shadow Minister for Public Works Jann Stuckey MP said she first raised the issue of QBuild training deficiencies two months ago.

“I revealed in September that only 56 per cent of QBuild staff held a Class B asbestos removal...

Financial shortcuts cost Queenslanders more

16 Nov 2009 4:51 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

16 November 2009

The Bligh Labor Government’s backflip on delivering a single payroll system is set to cost Queensland taxpayers more as licensing fees will rise, the Opposition said today.

LNP Public Works and Information and Communication Technology spokeswoman Jann Stuckey said software company SAP’s decision to increase licensing fees for older versions of their programs would cost...

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