Lack of support for women in tech could be costing the global economy trillions of dollars.
CeBIT Australia will receive $50,000 in funding from the City of Sydney each year for the next three years.
The Google.org Impact Challenge will be run in Australia for the third time, in 2018.
Melbourne start-up Horizon State is using blockchain to develop a secure online ballot box technology and has launched Australia's second ever initial coin offering to fund this development.
The Techstars demo day has provided 10 local and international start-ups with the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to investors.
The Australian Government is offering another $1.57 million in incubator grants, in order to help start-ups reach the global market.
The Testing Within Government (TWiG) program is producing innovative digital solutions to real-world problems in Queensland.
Women have received support from the Queensland government to continue with their science and technology research while on maternity leave.
Australia's largest start-up conference, StartCon 2017, will be supported by the NSW government.
The fourth round of funding has been opened by LaunchVic to help attract start-up accelerator programs to Melbourne.
With three tech start-ups with a valuation of more than $1 billion, Victoria has produced more unicorns than any other state, according to LaunchVic.
Individual government IT contracts will be capped at $100m and three years' duration to help give smaller Australian tech companies more opportunities to secure government projects.
The Small Business Digital Grants program being run by the Queensland Government is assisting small businesses in Mackay.
A delegation of 10 FinTech and cybersecurity start-ups will visit Israel in September for a 10-day innovation masterclass.
Governments are being urged to ease procurement practices, enabling micro-investment for the future of smart cities.