A 'plug fest' at Spain's University of Valencia tested a range of smart city applications that bring together sensors and central city management software.
This year there are nine award categories covering products, platforms, services, methodologies, talent, partnerships and more.
IP Australia is evaluating adopting innovative technologies such as blockchain and advanced analytics to overhaul its processes and service offerings.
Australia Post's Digital iD has become the second accredited identity service provider under the government's Trusted Digital Identity Framework.
Court Services Victoria has selected the supplier for an $89.2m project to deploy a new case management system for the Magistrates' Court and the Children's Court.
The awards recognise communities' best practice solutions to broadband implementation, workforce development, innovation, digital equality and sustainability.
Defence Science and Technology is aiming for a top 50 place in the world speed rankings with its new $68m high-performance computing facility.
The first phase of the eight-year digital transformation project focused on digitising the City's financials, supply chain, payroll and asset management.
The Department of Defence has selected IBM to lead the implementation of the initial phase of the SAP S/4HANA Defence and Security Industry Platform project.
Teams from across Australia and New Zealand are preparing to compete in the annual open data competition from 6–8 September.
The DTA has signed a content scoping contract with Ethos CRS to progress production of the first-ever digital edition of the Australian Government Style Manual.
The Western Australian Government has selected former Acting Information Commissioner Catherine Fletcher to take on the role for a five-year term.
Former NSW Department of Finance, Services & Innovation secretary Martin Hoffman will lead the development of a strategic plan for Services Australia.
New digital sourcing policies taking effect this month will make it easier for businesses of all sizes to sell digital services to government.
The DTA's Digital Marketplace has registered 280 new sellers and 12 new government agency buyers over the past six months.