Department of Human Services Social Worker, Fiona and her husband, David, thought they had a childless future ahead of them.
The Department of Human Services has taken out the inaugural Government Cyber War Games in an event that will deliver lasting benefits for information security across government. Continue reading Inaugural government Cyber War Games a big win for security
Victoria Dias knows the value of employment – not only in terms of the financial benefits but the social and mental health benefits as well.
Continue reading Inspiration goes both ways for Multicultural Service Officer Victoria Dias
Players from 10 different agencies are preparing to battle it out at the first Australian Government Cyber War Games, hosted by the Department of Human Services. Continue reading Agencies prepare for battle ahead of Cyber War Games
The Ballarat Courier (‘Robo-debt’ hits city hard, p9, 14 September) published incorrect statements about the Commonwealth Ombudsman’s Report into the Department of Human Services’ Online Compliance Intervention.
Reporting suggested acting Commonwealth Ombudsman Richard Glenn “found the program had a ‘profoundly negative impact on the lives of thousands of Australians’”.
This is incorrect.
The department requested a correction which was printed in the 15 September 2017 edition.
Bendigo Foodshare and The OTIS Foundation Bendigo have received a financial boost thanks to donations from staff at the local Department of Human Services’ Smart Centre.
Childers and Gin Gin residents will enjoy expanded service hours thanks to new Department of Human Services Agents commencing Monday 18 September 2017. Continue reading New Agents for Childers and Gin Gin
Department of Human Services General Manager, Hank Jongen, chats to Nan Bosler about the importance of seniors embracing technology.
Watch the latest #DHSTV for an update from Hank Jongen about what’s happening at the Department of Human Services during September 2017. Continue reading September 2017 Update #DHSTV