ACT Health CIO Peter O'Halloran has won the 'GS1 Provider Recognition Award' for his leadership in digital data management.
Collection, sharing and storage of offenders' details will become far easier for law enforcement thanks to a new IT system to be commissioned by the SA Government.
The Digital Transformation Agency is using advanced analytics techniques to seek to better align the way government services are designed with how they are used.
Adelaide has again been named one of the world's top smart cities, winning a spot in the Intelligent Community Forum's 'Smart21'.
The NZ Government will provide $12.1m in funding for a University of Waikato-led project to develop advanced analytics techniques for environmental data.
Governments, industry and policy- and standards-makers will gather to discuss how smart city standards can help them best meet citizen and consumer needs.
Digital health leaders from around the world have met in Hong Kong to discuss how they can improve their services.
New Zealand government agencies could soon be subject to a charter designed to improve transparency and accountability in data and algorithm use.
Just 1% of respondents to a survey of government IT leaders from 45 US states indicated that their state has no current plans to implement AI.
Nearly eight in 10 Australians polled by Civica and UTS expect their main interactions with local council to be through self-service tech within five years.
The Public Sector Data Governance and Management Forum will explore how collaboration and data sharing can improve government services and boost public engagement.
ACT Health Acting Chief Information Officer Sandra Cook has been named 'Digital Champion' at the Australian Government Digital Awards 2019.
Australians consider the ability to access government information an important right, according to a new study.