The seventh edition of the Australian Government Style Manual has been launched in a digital-first format that provides guidance on new topics and social media.
The Singapore government has added face verification technology from iProov to its SingPass National Digital Identification Program.
Shipments of smart government ID credentials are predicted to fall from 617.6 million in 2019 to 547.5 million in 2020, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Treasury has engaged e-invoicing provider Link4 to connect the department to the PEPPOL digital procurement network.
The federal government has released a roadmap that outlines the workforce and education changes needed to support the adoption of digital health.
The Public Safety Business Agency was established by the previous government to provide ICT support and other functions to emergency agencies.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has outlined the requirements for agencies to complete privacy impact assessments for projects.
The National Data Advisory Council discussed progress with the development of the Data Availability and Transparency Bill during its fifth meeting.
Research from BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, has found that 53% of British people do not trust computer algorithms to make decisions about their lives.
The UK government will shortly appoint a Government Chief Data Officer as part of its newly unveiled National Data Strategy.
Amanda Cattermole PSM has been appointed as CEO of the Australian Digital Health Agency and will commence her new role on 29 September 2020.
The Digital Transformation Agency has launched a new whole-of-Australian-government procurement portal for telecommunications and related services.
The Australian National Audit Office's audit into IT professional services procurement processes identified a number of areas for improvement.
The second National Meeting of Digital Economy and Technology Ministers covered how to help businesses pursue COVID-19 recovery through digital transformation.
Design studio Mentally Friendly has urged the government to embrace better balance in a post-COVID world, to build more human-centric digital services.