The DTA is making strong progress implementing the components of the government's digital transformation agenda, according to its CEO.
The ICF has selected the Sunshine Coast as one of the top seven Intelligent Communities for 2019 due to its Speed It Up program.
The UK Government Digital Services has upgraded its GovWifi platform to automate the process of agencies joining the nationwide secure Wi-Fi network.
In this video from KPMG, Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk discusses how Brisbane City Council is using Smart City thinking to meet the needs of its citizens.
Microsoft Australia has signed a memorandum of understanding with the NSW DFSI aimed at progressing digital transformation across the state government.
The federal government's Digital Marketplace procurement portal now has 275 listed buyers from all levels of government, as well as 1128 accredited sellers.
NSW public sector employees are eager to learn more about how to safely and effectively make use of data in their day-to-day roles, according to a government survey.
The South Australian Government will replace the previous government's Electronic Patient Administration System with a new electronic records project.
More than 10 federal and state government agencies have switched their enterprise software support from Oracle and SAP to third-party provider Rimini Street.
The NSW Government's DNA Labs has structured the digital transformation services it offers to agencies around five key service offerings.
AI, analytics and the cloud are considered by government CIOs to be the top three game-changing technologies, according to research from Gartner.
The DTA has introduced a new procurement pathway for the Digital Marketplace allowing buyers to directly approach sellers for quotes, tenders or proposals.
The Digital Transformation Agency has just welcomed 121 new digital apprentices, cadets and graduates.
The NSW Government has launched a beta version of an integrated Digital Design System for building consistent digital government services.