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The federal government plans to conduct a whole-of-government ICT systems audit and implement digital capability reforms in response to an APS-wide review.
The Digital Transformation Agency has opened the fourth iteration of the government's Trusted Digital Identity Framework to public consultation.
The Digital Transformation Agency has abandoned plans to develop a data exchange platform in favour of an API-led approach using the new NAPIDS.
New South Wales' Public Service Commission is seeking contributions of content that can be used to help develop public servants' digital skills.
The Australian Digital Health Agency will conduct a search for a new CEO to replace Tim Kelsey, who is resigning from the position early next year.
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.
Services Australia has contracted Infosys to transform the entitlement calculation engine underpinning Australia's welfare system.