New Zealand will ensure more access to open data to help meet its commitment to taking an 'open by default' approach to government data.
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Allocation will help develop a central portal for access to government services, a digital archive solution and more.
Queensland's new social analytics laboratory at Griffith University's Mount Gravatt campus will provide researchers with access to anonymised crime data from the state police's QPRIME database.
The National Museum of Australia will use data collection and analytics software to help better understand the visitor experience and tweak exhibits and patronage flow to suit visitor preferences.
Tech entrepreneur Dr Tom Hajdu has been appointed as South Australia's chief advisor on innovation, tasked with attracting more entrepreneurial talent to the state.
The WA government's MyCouncil local government portal has been updated to allow ratepayers to view and compare information such as how councils are raising and spending money.
The federal government's Digital Marketplace has been upgraded to enable local councils to collaborate on smart city projects from their very inception.
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has joined the Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre as a participant.
Queensland's planned new Data Sharing and Analytics Office will act as an expanded version of the CITEC Information Brokerage.
New Zealand will spend NZ$4.5 million over the next three years in an effort to find new ways of gathering census information.
The government has revealed plans to spend $130.8m over three years to establish data analytics teams tasked with using data to improve program and policy decision-making.
Internet speeds will be increased in outback Queensland with the implementation of a $16.5 fibre-optic network.
User frustration at the complexity of the myGov online government services portal has led to a revamp of its design and layout.
The new Designing our Digital Future strategy aims to transform the way technology is used within the NSW government and improve the delivery of digital services for citizens.