The ACT Government has launched a new interactive map to give the public a chance to keep track of mowing activity across Canberra and keep them informed about any delays to the schedule.
Just one week since the Digital Transformation Agency launched the expanded version of the Digital Marketplace digital services procurement portal, 350 new sellers have already applied to join.
The US Department of State has cut over US$50m from its IT costs since adopting the principles of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act.
The DTA has expanded the Digital Marketplace to allow a wider range of sellers to peddle their digital expertise to government buyers, in new categories including cybersecurity and data science.
Queensland Health is on the hunt for a provider for a major project worth up to $105 million involving replacing the department's legacy SAP ERP system with a solution based on SAP HANA.
SA Health will continue to use Objective Corporation to digitally transform its service delivery across the Department for Health and Ageing.
Government code should be made available to others unless there's a compelling reason not to, according to DTA Technical Architect Alastair Parker.
Queensland authorities have used the state's Smartship simulator to prepare for the arrival of the largest cruise ship ever to dock in Brisbane.
All major government technology projects will be reviewed by the federal government, providing better transparency of its annual ICT spending.
The Digital Transformation Agency has announced the findings of research into why 50% of users of government services face difficulty finding the information they need online.
Tender seeking partners in industry will need to establish an interoperable and secure electronic messaging service, following a request from the Australian Digital Health Agency.
Digital innovation in government will not come about through purely technical means, but will require organisational and regulatory change.
New Zealand's Department of Internal Affairs has welcomed the first 15 graduates in its GovTech Talent Graduate Programme, a cross-agency pilot to build a government IT talent pipeline.