Four times the size of the Australian court system, the UK's over 500 courts and tribunals, and 121 prisons needed to modernise.
Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads has deployed a new Microservices and Event Driven Architecture platform from Thoughtworks.
Qualtrics has announced an expansion of its public sector operations in Australia and New Zealand.
The NSW Government's Centre for Work Health and Safety is working with experts to develop an AI risk management tool for workplaces.
Unisys has been appointed to the DTA marketplaces for cloud, telecommunications and software.
IT service management company Empired has secured a contract worth up to $15m to provide a range of digital and infrastructure services to WA's Horizon Power.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has welcomed news that the Western Australian Government will invest in digital services.
Agencies seeking to embrace digital transformation are saddling themselves with tech debt by building on a legacy IT foundation, according to Pure Storage.
As the population continues to grow and the supply of essential resources, such as water and land, remains limited, data and analytics will play a key role in resource planning and determining how we build for the future.
Infrastructure Australia's 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan calls for all federally funded infrastructure projects to use a digital twin within 10–15 years.
The AIIA has warned that significant government action will be needed if Australia is to meet the goal of becoming a leading digital economy by 2030.
The Australian government sector will spend more than $15.5 billion in 2022, according to new forecasting from Gartner.
State and federal governments could collectively achieve a $62bn digital dividend by migrating from on-premises solutions to SaaS, a new report estimates.
The majority of builders and nearly half of designers are still at a basic stage of digitalisation, according to NSW Government commissioned research.