ACT Government revamping the development application process


By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Monday, 01 July, 2024

ACT Government revamping the development application process

The ACT Government has adopted a software-as-a-service solution from TechnologyOne to help transform its development application and planning processes.

The territory government is replacing its current eDevelopment system with the TechnologyOne solution to allow it to take advantage of capabilities including the ability to view progress with an application from the initial enquiry and lodgement through to verification and determination.

The new system will provide benefits for both industry and citizens, according to TechnologyOne CEO Ed Chung.

“The project is yet another vote of confidence for TechnologyOne, demonstrating our understanding and history of delivering on the needs of government,” he said. “As a local provider competing against multinational vendors from around the world, we have a proud history of building an advanced business information service system and take great pride in delivering the best value for money for our customers, ensuring taxpayers’ money is retained locally.”

Chung added that the contract builds on TechnologyOne’s 36 years of experience serving customers in the ACT. The Brisbane-based company’s solution is used by more than 230 federal and state government agencies and departments across Australia and New Zealand.

The ASX 100 company has offices across six countries and has over 1300 customers globally.

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