Most governments have largely completed the migration to e-government — involving automated existing processes — but now must tackle the hard work of moving towards digital government delivery.
Infosys has opened a service delivery centre in Parramatta to provide digitally enabled back-office services to clients including the NSW Government.
The majority of Australians are dissatisfied with the availability of digital government services, and four in five are not making use of the services for a variety of reasons, an Accenture survey shows.
New South Wales' latest ICT strategy has been given the thumbs up, but a review suggests that many agencies are still having the same problems as other state governments that are struggling with IT projects.
The government has announced the launch of Source IP, an innovation marketplace that aims to more closely align Australia's research output with its capacity for innovation and commercialisation.
Leading-edge forensic facial recognition technology is helping the Northern Territory Police Force solve crime and keep the community safe.
Rockhampton is building its own fibre network, with $17m in funding and a desire to overcome the NBN's FTTN limitations.
The Tax and Revenue Committee has published a new report into the ATO, covering issues including technical difficulties with a Tax Portal upgrade and the tax implications of the sharing economy.
Dimension Data will provide a range of infrastructure and collaboration solutions delivered as a service to the Queensland Government's new major offices on William Street.
The provision of open datasets and self-service visualisation tools will produce a win-win situation for both the public and the government.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service is achieving unprecedented visibility into its daily operations thanks to the rollout of transformative enterprise software.
ACMA has completed the transition to a new outsourced provider for the Do Not Call Register as part of the second wave of a three-stage ICT transformation project.
ICT literacy in primary and secondary students is on the decline, according to the 2014 NAP report released by the Education Council.
Eliminating 'copy data' is a common-sense approach to decreasing the chance that somebody will walk off with your sensitive information, make their own copy of a copy or mistakenly compromise data.
Western Australia's Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages has digitalised all its identity records dating back to 1841, dramatically reducing the time needed to process a request for a document.