Ballarat Council employees are using Microsoft's Power Apps framework to develop their own low-code or no-code applications to improve business processes.
An expert advisory committee on the use of AI in national security has called for a doubling of non-defence AI spending by the US government to US$1bn in FY21.
The Learning From Home website provides curriculum-based resources suitable for students from early childhood to secondary school.
The Digital Transformation Agency has provided details of its planned myGov Update project, including criteria for selecting a systems integrator partner.
The Australian Smart Communities Association has postponed its Smart Cities conference as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new claims triage model based on analytics has transformed the way icare addresses workers compensation in NSW.
SCCANZ will reorganise Smart Cities Week Australia 2020 into a series of online activities to be held throughout the year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The DTA is on the hunt for a systems integrator to lead a project to develop the planned Government Digital Experiences Platform.
The recently established new government super-department, Services Australia, has a new head, with Rebecca Skinner taking on the role of CEO on 16 March.
The South Australian Government is calling for expressions of interest aimed at the potential offloading of the AddInsight road traffic monitoring software.
Getting machines to understand the context of government records will be key to automating the archiving of petabytes of data.
Australia's Digital Transformation Agency has opened applications for its Digital Graduate Program to help ICT graduates kickstart their career in government tech.
Australia's Department of Defence has contracted Sliced Tech to implement a new enterprise student management system across 115 Defence Learning Centres.
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet has announced the composition of the expert advisory committee that will inform the Digital Technology Taskforce.
The NSW Department of Customer Service will introduce a new standard commercial framework for consulting contracts from 15 March.