An IPC review of 10 years of operation of NSW's right to information legislation has found that agencies remain poorly compliant with open access requirements
The NSW Government has established a Digital Identity Ministerial Advisory Council (DIMAC), which will advise on a strategic direction and roadmap for digital identity in the state.
Blockchain Australia has called for the development of forward-thinking, agile regulatory and policy settings for the nascent blockchain sector.
The NSW Government is taking steps to deliver world-leading customer service, with a recruitment drive underway to hire more than 200 digital specialists.
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has been selected from more than 300,000 global organisations to receive a GIS award.
The Smart Cities Council has released the draft Australia New Zealand Digital Twin Blueprint.
The Victorian Government has announced $35.2 million investment in digital twin technology and spatial innovation over the next three years.
A new survey has found that 60% of communication service provider consumers will spend more on their telecom and media products if offered personalised experiences.
OpenCities Founder and GM of Global Platform Strategies for Granicus Alex Gelbak* reflects on innovating government customer experience while preventing cost blowouts.
The Australian Digital Health Agency has announced that Deloitte will deliver the first phase of the modernisation of the national digital health infrastructure.
Australia ranks high in AI research but lacks the industrial capability to fully exploit this research in economic terms, according to the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).
Western Australia's new 'whole-of-government' digital strategy aims to improve service delivery and reduce regulatory burden for people and businesses.
The NSW Government has allocated a further $500m to the Digital Restart Fund.
IBM has expanded its agreement with the NSW Government to enable access to advanced technologies and services, and drive transformation in health care and education.
The UK National Health Service will soon unveil a new data strategy based on experiences with the rapid sharing and use of health data during COVID-19.