Following the success of the Digital Driver Licence, the NSW Government has commenced a trial of Digital Photo Cards in Penrith through the Service NSW app.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment has chosen DXC Technology to provide a Microsoft-based digital experience platform to support job seekers.
The Alabama State Senate is using technology from Draganfly to help detect potential COVID-19 hotspots in government buildings.
The Digital Transformation Agency has commenced the first in a range of Microsoft digital training courses available to APS employees at all levels.
Digital twin deployments are expected to increase to more than 500 cities by 2025, driven by COVID-19 requirements to achieve increased resilience levels.
The Digital Transformation Agency is making available two templates for government agencies to use while sourcing cloud products and services.
A new government body, Sport Integrity Australia, has been given responsibility for managing complex issues involving lots of sensitive data.
ACT Government building inspectors and regulatory officers are benefiting from a software tool that has automated time-consuming manual processes.
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Governments are making great strides along the road to digitisation, but many privacy and ethics question marks remain.