An identity and access management framework is helping NSW Government agencies find a commonality of purpose that has already proved to have significant transformational effects.
Adelaide has been selected to take the reins from the Gold Coast to host the second annual Australian Smart Communities Summit next year.
Like other state agencies, the NSW Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards is migrating to the platform as a service (PaaS) environments within the state's redundant Tier III-certified GovDC data centres.
Broome Health Campus has become the 75th site to be granted access to WA's Emergency Telehealth service, which aims to help clinicians provide a 'virtual emergency room' for patients in remote areas.
Sharing data across departments will help governments boost efficiency while also improving public satisfaction and confidence.
With an electronic voting system, the outcome of the federal election would have been known within minutes of the polls closing, the AIIA has noted.
The federal Department of Employment has channelled the fitness tracker industry to design an app that helps job seekers along in their employment journey.
The federal government's myGov faces a $50 million overhaul, while online licence renewal is the latest winner as Service NSW's centralisation pays off.
As the financial year draws to a close, anyone preparing their own tax return will only be able to use the myTax portal, as the ATO has retired online lodgement tool e-tax.
Standards Australia has kicked off a program aimed at transforming the peak body into the digital standards body Australia will need in the future.
Before governments decide on how to progress with digital transformation efforts, it's vital that they go back to basics and figure out what 'digital' means to them.