The Tasmanian Government has committed $4.9m towards augmenting the state's Whole-of-Government Cyber Security Program.
The DTA is consulting on proposed legislation covering enhanced privacy and consumer safeguards for the Trusted Digital Identity Framework.
The Australian Digital Health Agency has launched the first of a series of tenders for a work program aimed at modernising Australia's healthcare infrastructure.
A new report from WA's new Data Science Innovation Hub projects that close to 3000 new data science jobs will be created across the state in the next 10 years.
The CSIRO has entered into an agreement to work with DXC in the UK to provide its innovative Ontoserver technology to the National Health System.
The National Archives handed Fuji Xerox BusinessForce and W&F Pascoe the bulk of the outsourcing work for the $10m project to digitise most WWII service records.
The Singapore government will augment the SingPass national digital identity system with the ability to digitally sign government and other documents.
The Australian AI community has risen to the challenge, following a call for solutions to key security challenges from Defence and the Office of National Intelligence.
The Department of Health and DFES have collaborated to customise the Emergency WA platform, to provide geographically targeted warnings and alerts about COVID-19.
The AIIA urged the returning Queensland Government to increase spending on building digital capability to help the state catch up with the rest of the country.
EPA Victoria has won a global award for its AirWatch website, which provided health advice and air quality forecasts during the 2020 bushfires.
Hospitals grappling with the effects of the summer's natural disasters followed by the COVID-19 pandemic increased usage of the My Health Record system by 300%.
Geopolitical and economic pull factors could shape the future of global citizen data systems in wildly divergent ways by 2030, a new report predicts.
A privacy impact assessment demonstrates a commitment to accountable and transparent privacy practices and builds public trust and confidence.
A new report urges the UK government to ramp up its digital transformation efforts and take steps to more formally involve the public in policymaking.