An expert panel has advised the government to implement reforms to its data linkage processes in the short term, and work towards a whole-of-government approach in the long term.
A framework of standards is being implemented to develop a nationally consistent approach to online identity in Australia.
Following record rainfall and flooding, Bundaberg's council has urged residents to use official sources rather than social media to obtain information and disaster alerts.
User-centred design is vital to inspiring innovation within government projects, says hatchd's Anna Lee-Renwick.
Funding alone will not usher in the next wave of digital innovation in health care, argues SAP Hybris’s Kathleen O’Brien.
The federal and NSW Governments are jointly funding a $16m project to improve mobile coverage for commuters on the Central Coast rail line between Wyong and Hornsby.
Improving front-office digitisation, interagency communications and user-centric software architecture are key to boosting public sector productivity.
'Digital transformation' has become a major buzzword in recent years with organisations around the globe continuing to invest heavily in major transformation initiatives focused on integrating digital technologies such as social, mobile, analytics and cloud.
ASIC's new data strategy outlines completed and planned initiatives to improve the way the regulator captures, shares and uses data, including through the establishment of a chief data office.
The Local Government Association of Queensland has previewed LG Sherlock, a planned data analytics platform designed to help local councils enhance their services and operations.
The Digital Transformation Agency will take over the management of the data.gov.au and NationalMap data platforms from PM&C.
The NT Government is currently developing a five-year digital strategy with goals including bridging the digital divide, improving ICT skills and restoring trust in government.
The Victorian government has awarded Civica a five-year, $200 million contract to provide managed services for the administration of the state's new centralised fines system.
The number of New Zealanders signing up for a patient portal at their general practice has more than doubled over the last year.
A new digital strategy has been launched by the Queensland Government, designed to save people time and money.