The Department of Human Services worked in consultation with the Digital Transformation Agency to develop and launch a revamped website with a range of usability improvements.
IP Australia's 2020 ICT Strategy will involve modernising both its internally and externally facing ICT systems and services.
80% of the top 20 most common public service transactions to be conducted digitally by 2021, under NZ's Better Public Services Result Action Plan.
The New Zealand Government's latest Better Public Services Result Action Plan targets 80% of the top 20 most common public service transactions being conducted digitally by 2021.
The DTA has launched a request for tender for a whole-of-government panel of Microsoft licensing solutions providers to ensure it is receiving value for money for the software licences.
The Victorian government has commenced the first phase of a project to deploy virtual conferencing systems in schools across the state.
A plan to switch on free public Wi-Fi across one-fifth of Queensland has been supported by the government.
The Council of Australian Governments has approved a national strategy aimed at meeting Australia's vision for digital health through a focus on seven strategic priorities.
New Zealand's electronic health records system has been expanded, enabling most South Island patient records to be accessed on the same system.
The Australian Digital Health Agency has launched a two-year pilot that will see emergency department clinicians provided with valuable initial health information on patients via the My Health Record system.
The Digital Transformation Agency will place 250 entry-level digital staff in government agencies as part of its 2018 ICT Entry-Level apprenticeship and cadetship programs.
An app originally developed to digitalise the delivery of Incoming Government Briefs has been expanded as an everyday tool for providing briefings to the Prime Minister.
A gathering of smart cities leaders in Sydney today saw the release of a guideline to help drive greater opportunities for smart cities investment.
The Australian Digital Health Agency and Pharmacy Guild are joining forces to help community pharmacies become leaders in digital health.
The Queensland government will automate routine department transactions and implement uniform business systems as part of its digital transformation.