The recipients of the IDC 2020 Digital Transformation Awards have been revealed, with winners including NSW Police and Auckland Council.
A new survey has found that the COVID-19 crisis has left more than half of government employees working from home in 35 US states.
Digital Twin Week is taking place from 19 to 23 October, with the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand showcasing everything about digital twins.
DTA plans to introduce a new category to the Digital Marketplace procurement portal covering the delivery of Service Integration and Management capabilities.
The DTA has launched a Coaching for Women in Digital Program, to help all EL1 women develop new skills and progress in their digital careers.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration will commit $12 million into a digital makeover, digitising its business systems and infrastructure.
The NSW Government aims to modernise the process of complying with state government regulations with the introduction of a rules-as-code platform.
The Western Australian Government has launched a request for tender for a company capable of providing an integrated HR system for the state's health sector.
The NSW Government has announced plans to digitise school forms at primary schools, starting with online enrolments, as an alternative to paper forms.
The Council of Australasian Archives and Records Authorities has questioned whether it remains feasible for individual agencies to archive their own digital data.
Airservices Australia has won an ISG Paragon Award in the 'Imagination' category for its Digital Twin of the Skies project.
The Digital Transformation Agency has opened early-bird registrations for Digital Summit 2020, which will feature interactive workshops and case studies.
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.