The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science has completed its first test end-to-end digital transaction using the new Australian standard for e-invoices.
The National Archives has laid out a new government standard for business information management and reiterated its call for all agencies to create a chief information governance officer role.
The NT Government will spend millions more on the largest ICT reform it has ever undertaken, with a provider expected to be chosen this month.
An unacceptable amount of Queensland crime data is "incomplete, inaccurate and wrongly classified", says an Audit Office report.
The Queensland government has rejected reports claiming that a project to overhaul the payroll system for four government agencies is significantly behind schedule, stating that the program is back on track for completion by the end of next year.
The SmartStart program, run by the Department of Internal Affairs, has been awarded for its excellence in innovation and communication.
Three-quarters of all Australian government agencies now manage their records digitally, according to a National Archives report on the Digital Continuity 2020 Policy.
NZ's Customs Service and Ministry for Primary Industries have put the finishing touches on the nation's Trade Single Window one-stop import and export management portal.
Intelligent Community Forum founder John G Jung has visited the City of Prospect in Adelaide — a five times forum-accredited smart city — to share his intelligent communities vision.
An online community portal will be launched under a partnership between Civica and the City of Rockingham in Western Australia.
The UK's National Audit Office has found that the Government Digital Service has had mixed success with its mission of driving digital transformation across government.
The merger of several Sydney councils is seen as a golden opportunity to reboot and rationalise the new municipality's entire software suite.
Projects such as Western Australia's GovNext provide a formidable challenge due to agency-centric silos and many other factors.
Specialist medical appointments will be available to more regional Victorians from the comfort of their own home or local health service as the Victorian Government invests $5 million in telehealth.
Emerging technology experts from Australia and overseas will meet in Canberra next week to discuss how new technologies and digital transformation will influence the future delivery of government services.