Victorian Government wants feedback on state ICT Strategy


By GovTechReview Staff
Wednesday, 29 January, 2014


The government of Victoria has issued a call for comment on its Victorian Government ICT Strategy, soliciting feedback about the progress of the policy as part of planned annual reviews.

Gordon-Rich-Phillips Victorian state ICT minister Gordon Rich-Phillips

Launched by state ICT minister Gordon Rich-Phillips last year, the strategy outlined 50 hard action points designed to jump-start the state's efforts towards e-government.

Deliverables targeted by the end of this year include improved risk management, governance, KPI monitoring and other processes as well as the movement of many government services to mobile apps and the increasing use of digital channels for government services.

The current round of consultation is the first since the draft ICT Strategy was offered for public comment in October 2012. “We look forward to similar value on this year's update,” the government's Web site offers.

The Victorian Government ICT Strategy – Update: 2014 to 2015 is available for download here.

The consultation will close on Monday 10 February.

Visit here for more information on how to lodge a submission

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