Biggest-ever IT contract covers hardware, software, cloud-based solutions and other emerging technologies, and will lead to savings of $100 million.
Innovation Month 2018 celebrates innovation and showcases agencies working together to deliver benefits to citizens, business and government.
The NSW Government is updating its digital.nsw portal with online resources aimed at helping agencies adopt agile techniqes for designing digital services.
The SA Government has convened an expert panel to review what it called the "rolling disaster" that is the Enterprise Patient Administration System.
DTA CEO Gavin Slater is stepping down after just 13 months in the job and will be replaced by Deputy Australian Statistician Randall Brugeaud.
The NZ Government is hiring a CTO and setting up an advisory group to help meet its digital goals, which include making ICT the second-highest GDP contributor.
Angus Taylor says Australia can become one of the world's top three digital governments by 2025, but it must learn from best practice overseas.
A research project will tap into social media to understand citizens' needs in Sydney and Brisbane as city planners work towards the smart city revolution.
Australia's first Smart Cities Week conference will be held in Sydney in October 2018.
The Digital Transformation Agency is inviting feedback on a proposed revamp of the government's ICT procurement panel policy
NSW Government data scientists are using Microsoft's Azure to build a machine learning neural network that can analyse government spending.
The Digital Transformation Agency has selected the next seven APS Data Fellows to be embedded at the CSIRO's Data61 data innovation group.
The Municipal Association of Victoria has launched a new website to provide information and resources for the community.
Moreton Bay Regional Council has awarded a tender for deployment of a smart lighting system at its planned university campus and The Mill innovation precinct.
The first eight of Queensland's digitally upgraded hospitals are improving patient outcomes, with plans to deploy 27 across the state by 2020.