A Cisco report has identified strong local support for the concept of transforming Southeast Queensland into Australia's first Smart Region using IoT and other digital technologies.
NSW Electoral Commission CIO Ian Brightwell believes postal votes are no longer working, and the iVote electronic voting system could be the ideal replacement.
Queensland's health department will merge its strategic and operational IT functions into the new eHealth Queensland division to help fulfil its electronic record and other eHealth ambitions.
Adoption of the federal government's Digital Service Standard amounts to a major transformation that agencies should plan for in a strategic and coordinated way, not 'rush through' simply to meet a deadline, said Protiviti's Mark Harrison.
Government-sponsored research into online piracy calls into question the effectiveness of the proposed government-supported education notice scheme, CHOICE and Comms Alliance have noted.
Publisher of Technology Decisions, Westwick-Farrow Media, has announced the launch of a new quarterly magazine — Government Technology Review — available to subscribers from October 2015. You can check out the lastest news for the magazine on the website now.
iiNet has won a contract to provide internet services to nearly all Tasmanian government departments, multiple local councils and other public sector customers.
Process improvement tool uses applied analytics to help NSW councils improve their service and business process reviews
Social media has become crucial to the functioning of government at every level – but its many benefits are only available to those willing to dive in.
The Department of Finance has chosen a Drupal-based content management system (CMS) from Acquia for its centralised, cloud-hosted govCMS environment.
The Reinventing Government Customer Service Conference 2015 will provide practical solutions for transforming government customer service processes and performance.
Online learning is getting more engaging and capable than ever – but are government bodies ready to make the most of e-learning?
A Boston Consulting Group survey has found Australians use online e-government services more than peers in other countries, but are less happy with them.
A history of collaboration has made Australian government agencies a hotbed of innovation that has become a key global market for application vendor SAP.
The UK government has requested feedback on a proposal to standardise on OpenDocument Format and PDF/A file formats for exchange and publishing of documents