Western Australia's Road Safety Commission is reducing crashes by using artificial intelligence to identify where to place red-light speed cameras.
The federal government will abolish the Dept of Communications and the Arts as part of plans to reduce the number of government departments to 14 from 18.
Internet users worldwide can now access WA's treasures from the comfort of their homes via a new digital portal.
The DTA plans to publish an update to the 20-year-old Australian Government Style Manual next year, including material on new digital platforms.
At the AI Thought Leaders Summit last week, attendees gave feedback into the design of the NSW Government's planned AI Strategy.
Services Australia has contracted Infosys to transform the entitlement calculation engine underpinning Australia's welfare system.
The DTA has published the Year One update covering progress with the implementation of the government-wide Digital Transformation Strategy.
The Australian National Audit Office has found that the expansion of My Health Record was "largely effective" but failed to adequately manage shared cyber risks.
The Office of the National Data Commissioner will hold a webinar in December to discuss feedback from consultations on the planned public sector data reforms.
Health experts from across Australia convened last week to collaborate on a draft roadmap for equipping Australia's health workforce for a digital future.
The Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner has published updated guidelines for applying the state's Information Privacy Principles.
The National Data Advisory Council used its third meeting to advise on a range of issues related to the government's planned public sector data sharing reforms.
NSW is developing a tool aimed at encouraging data sharing across government by simplifying the process of creating data sharing agreements.
Human-centred design is changing the way government interacts with the public, leading to better outcomes and more transparency.