The most important IT value was incurred by the Treasury division at $77,391 whereas the Dwelling Affairs Division reported $41,000 in pc technology-related payments.
Regardless that Agriculture Minister David Littleproud retained his publish within the Morrison authorities, his workplace spent nearly $5500 on 4 iPhone eight handsets for brand spanking new workers. One other $11,695 was spent on IT gear for his new assistant minister, Richard Colbeck.
Virtually $28,500 was spent on supplying computer systems and telephones to the workplaces of recent Setting Minister Melissa Value and new Power Minister Angus Taylor.
Throughout all ministers near $250,000 has been spent on new IT though that excludes the Defence Division which has but to reveal what has been purchased for its new ministerial line-up.
Departments have spent one other $33,455 on enterprise playing cards for ministers and their workers.
Whereas the Prime Minister’s workplace had the most important enterprise card expense it was intently adopted by the International Affairs Division with nearly $5500 spent shifting from Julie Bishop to Marise Payne.
One other $4700 was spent on playing cards throughout the Infrastructure, Regional Growth and Cities Division which is headed by Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack and has 5 ministers or assistant ministers.
The identical division outlaid $5640 on new letterheads and envelopes for its numerous ministers, probably the most of any division.
One of many single largest prices was for little-known Assistant Minister for Youngsters and Households, Michelle Landry, who had nearly $1500 spent on new enterprise playing cards.
Fellow Assistant Minister Sarah Henderson, who has duty for social companies, housing and incapacity companies, value taxpayers solely $390 in new playing cards.
New Business Minister Karen Andrews had 500 enterprise playing cards printed at a price of $396 whereas one other 1500 have been produced for her advisers at a price of $385.
Her division additionally spent $863 on 3500 ministerial envelopes for Ms Andrews plus $808 on a lapel microphone.
Shane is senior economics correspondent for The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald, primarily based in Canberra.