The boom to the Australian economy promised by developments in AI could be threatened if government action is not taken in key areas, according to Salesforce.
More than $1 million worth of ICT tenders has just been announced by the City of Darwin.
The federal government has announced significant investments for addressing skills shortages and fostering growth in the industries of the future.
The Digital Transformation Agency has announced a series of moves aimed at helping agencies implement DNSSEC if they choose to do so.
Regulator APRA has selected Dimension Data and Vizor Software for a project to replace Direct to APRA, its ageing data reporting system for regulated companies.
The DTA is inviting agencies to participate in a private beta of a new open source-based whole-of-government notifications platform.
The Australian Digital Health Agency is offering $30,000 to healthcare software providers with secure messaging systems to adopt its new interoperability standards.
Minister for Human Services Michael Keenan told the Public Sector Innovation Show that the DHS's AI assistant PIPA is expected to be released this year.
The UK Government Digital Service is piloting an accelerated software development apprenticeship for public servants.
The government has insisted that the 9.9% My Health Record opt-out rate is squarely in line with expectations, but Labor is unimpressed.
Centrelink has adopted a new platform developed by the Reserve Bank of Australia that will enable real-time delivery of emergency welfare payments.
A long-term approach to digital optimisation of processes and services can produce the capabilities needed for digital transformation.
Darwin and the South East Queensland region will deploy new and expanded smart city technologies as part of their respective City Deals.