Residents of NSW are now able to download the first ever digital licences on their smartphones and tablets.
The Digital Transformation Agency is making enhancements to the Digital Marketplace digital services procurement portal to accommodate requests from registered buyers and sellers.
CA Technologies has been selected to join the NSW Government's basic and advanced API management supplier lists and support the state government's Open Data Policy.
Government agencies have been invited to nominate their digital projects for the National Archives of Australia's latest annual Awards for Digital Excellence.
The Department of Human Services has shortlisted Capgemini and Accenture for the role of systems integrator for the Welfare Payment Infrastructure Transformation program.
A partnership between Local Government Procurement and ArcBlue Consulting is delivering tailored procurement and contract management solutions to the local government sector.
DocuSign technology will be used by Waverley Council as part of its Digital Waverley program.
Minister for Human Services, Alan Tudge, will use the GovInnovate Summit to outline the federal government's plans to transform service delivery.
The Director-General of the National Archives has called on all Commonwealth agencies to establish chief information governance officer positions.
Early adopters of the Digital Marketplace digital procurement portal have been impressed with the beta so far, according to the DTO.
Despite the headlines about digital disruption and automation wiping out traditional jobs, Assistant Innovation Minister Craig Laundy said technological change creates new jobs and opportunities.
Three federally funded research infrastructure organisations will spend over $5m to help facilitate closer collaboration between Australian researchers.
The big challenge for today's enterprises is not just fixing legacy systems, but fixing legacy thinking.
Nearly half of Australians rank the government's online service and information delivery as good or very good, and more than half consider investing to bring more services online to be a high priority, Telstra research suggests.
The head of the Australian Bureau of Statistics has apologised for the census shambles and thanked the public for its "forbearance and diligence".