Australia's Digital Transformation Agency has opened applications for its Digital Graduate Program to help ICT graduates kickstart their career in government tech.
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet has announced the composition of the expert advisory committee that will inform the Digital Technology Taskforce.
Penrith City Council is adopting Microsoft's Dynamics 365 CRM platform in a staged deployment aimed at coping with the area's projected strong population growth.
Government CIOs must find a way to create digital IDs for citizens that are secure yet convenient.
The NSW Department of Customer Service will introduce a new standard commercial framework for consulting contracts from 15 March.
Australian Government agencies are still being outdone by the private sector in terms of the maturity of their user experience design processes, a report shows.
Governments are making great strides along the road to digitisation, but many privacy and ethics question marks remain.
Australia's "first" 'Connected Community' app has gone live, streamlining communications between Gawler Council, residents and local businesses.
Adelaide and the Sunshine Coast are in the running for 'Intelligent Community of the Year' after being named in the ICF's Top 7.
Government IT leaders worldwide are more likely than their private sector counterparts to report that their organisation faces disruption and funding shortfalls.
The federal Department of Finance has announced that it is working with the Shared Services Provider Hubs to co-design a new GovERP initiative.
The percentage of 15-year-olds within the OECD nominating ICT as their top potential career path has fallen substantially since 2000, a new report shows.
More than 500 NSW Government websites will be consolidated onto the nsw.gov.au website, in a move modelled on the UK's successful gov.uk project.
The Digital Transformation Agency has revealed that more than $1bn worth of opportunities have now been awarded through the Digital Marketplace since launch.