[LINK] Straw Pole of Good Bad and ugly online government services

Marghanita da Cruz marghanita at ramin.com.au
Wed Jan 17 09:05:45 AEDT 2007

stephen at melbpc.org.au wrote:
> At 04:33 AM 17/01/2007, Howard writes:
>>>>DCITA is currently on my bad list - as I don't think I should have
>>>>to upgrade my browser to view a text document.  Marghanita
>>>What about down-grading your browser to view a web page then?
>>>It's *really not* a good time of year to stuff around with recruitment.
>>Don't worry about it.  It seems to work just fine in Firefox, but then,
>>why wouldn't it  :)
> Yes, the pages work, but to apply for any of the jobs, one needs to login
> and that's what is apparently broken with IE7. I understand for some jobs
> advertised one can only apply online and they are not advertised anywhere
> else. Being mid-January some classes will probably start the year without
> their teachers, or technical support, one might hazard a guess.
Thanks Stephen, This is exactly the kind of elaboration I am looking for.

Another not so good implementation is the Aus Tenders site. I registered 
and then discovered from reading the tender that you had to be a 
preferred supplier to tender. Perhaps the system should clarify this first.

An online but not Internet/Public application, I really like, is the 
over the counter Australia Post Bill Payment.
Picture Australia was mentioned previously as being successful because 
it has a good business model.

Marghanita da Cruz
Telephone: 0414-869202
Ramin Communications Pty Ltd
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