A project designed to support a collaborative and evidence-based approach across governments has been launched by Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation Angus Taylor.
Lake Macquarie City Council (LMCC) and Civica have partnered up to streamline business processes and improve customer experience.
Fax machines are on their way out, under a to-be-developed nationwide system for healthcare providers to securely communicate with each other electronically.
Victoria's special minister for state, Gavin Jennings, has visited Estonia to explore how its rapid digital transformation can be applied to the state's own digital government initiatives.
Australia's local councils are under mounting pressure to pursue digital transformation to improve service delivery, despite struggling with limited resources.
Transport for NSW has implemented Pegasystems' Pega Platform to automate processes for its School Student Transportation Scheme and is now extending the platform to other schemes.
Key financial information for NSW's latest Budget is online as open data, with plans to launch a portal for accessing state government open data later this year.
NSW alone among state and territory governments as well as the federal government can be considered digital government ready, research firm Intermedium said in a new report.
An audit of the performance of the myGov digital services portal has found that take-up of the portal has nearly doubled expectations, and the number of services accessible has also exceeded forecasts.
A 'citizen self-service' approach can help Australian governments save millions of dollars per year.
Local governments around Australia are implementing strategic plans to place themselves at the forefront of the smart cities revolution.
InterSystems and partner Dialog Information Technology will deliver a core clinical system for all health centres across NT, implementing a single health record for residents.
A staggering $1.25 billion investment by Hitachi Data Systems will see the company work with Australian governments to tackle urban challenges.
Melbourne start-up VendorPanel will provide the Victorian Government with a new eServices procurement platform to be used by all state government agencies.
New Zealand will ensure more access to open data to help meet its commitment to taking an 'open by default' approach to government data.