The Conversation



The myGov future is here – but can they please let us know!

  • Written by The Conversation

I logged into myGov last night.

This is the federal government website that brings all your government services together. Tax, medicare, centrelink and so on. In my less than 24 hour experience, it seems to work well. I had to fish out my login details from last year’s tax records. I also immediately registered for myGov mobile phone security...

Read more: The myGov future is here – but can they please let us know!

More Articles ...

  1. Keeping up or holding back? The regulation challenge for government
  2. How corporates co-opted the art of mindfulness to make us bear the unbearable
  3. Using family trusts to minimise tax is on the nose: so why are policy makers silent?
  4. All eyes on the Aussie dollar as Australia stalks recession
  5. When 'hand crafted' is really just crafty marketing
  6. From 'debt and deficit' to 'building prosperity': what's needed to shift the economic narrative
  7. Banks are training us to embrace their competitors
  8. Exciting times for the Financial System
  9. The competition test attracts odd political bedfellows, but isn't going away
  10. ATNIX: Australian Twitter News Index, August 2015
  11. The unfinished business facing Australia's new treasurer
  12. China's grip still tight on state-owned enterprises
  13. Smart meters, dumb policy: the Victorian experience
  14. Market volatility is here to stay, but high-frequency trading not all bad
  15. Free trade agreements fail to boost Australian agriculture and food manufacturing
  16. Australia's next wave of startups could be from the over-55s
  17. #returnbull: How Twitter Reacted to the Latest Leadership Spill
  18. Team Turnbull's challenge is to fix our economic reform malaise
  19. Ten economic events leading up to the Abbott spill
  20. Turnbull inherits an economy battered by global headwinds
  21. It's the economy wot won it: Turnbull's new communication challenge
  22. Why are we blaming 'culture' for social and economic problems?
  23. How fast food is reinventing itself as healthy and caring
  24. Chinese investment in residential real estate amounts to just 2%
  25. FactCheck: would 60% of any GST revenue raised have to be spent on compensation?
  26. Data indicates the recession is effectively here; it's what policy makers do next that counts
  27. Do the Crime, Do the Time
  28. Civic crowdfunding will challenge governments and charities
  29. The convenience food industry making our pets fat
  30. Apple News could change the news business - will readers win?
  31. 7-Eleven fallout: what are the moral obligations on franchisors?
  32. How marketers condition us to buy more junk food
  33. Dollar down, volatility up: what Australia can expect from a US rate rise
  34. The quantitative easing experiment is ending in global recession
  35. McDonald's feels the pinch, but fast food is fighting fit
  36. What the mining sector and Australian politics have in common
  37. Property developers pay developer charges, that’s why they argue against them
  38. Australia can get the balance right on free trade and worker's rights
  39. What's really at stake if the China FTA falls through
  40. G20 growth goal not helped by Hockey's 'boring' budget
  41. With increased anti-money laundering measures, banks are shutting out women
  42. Temporary migrants are people, not 'labour'
  43. Why franchises care more about their coffee than their people
  44. Australia's economy is slowing: what you need to know
  45. If there's so little profit, why do people buy 7-Eleven franchises?
  46. Give me location data, and I shall move the world
  47. FactCheck: Has the government introduced 17 new taxes?
  48. Our super system isn't perfect - but for a failure, look to the US
  49. Inequality: what can be done? Quite a bit, it turns out
  50. Ahead of ASEAN Economic Community, Indonesia should consider economic zones at her borders