Digital

Australia should embrace e-voting: AIIA

05 July, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

With an electronic voting system, the outcome of the federal election would have been known within minutes of the polls closing, the AIIA has noted.


Can an app turn job hunting into fun?

29 June, 2016 by David Braue

The federal Department of Employment has channelled the fitness tracker industry to design an app that helps job seekers along in their employment journey.


myGov faces overhaul, OneGov celebrates

22 June, 2016 by David Braue

The federal government's myGov faces a $50 million overhaul, while online licence renewal is the latest winner as Service NSW's centralisation pays off.


Victoria SES digital update

14 June, 2016 | Supplied by: Permeance Technologies

The Victoria State Emergency Service will use Permeance Technologies to manage its digital transformation based on the open source Liferay platform.


ATO axes e-tax in favour of myTax

07 June, 2016

As the financial year draws to a close, anyone preparing their own tax return will only be able to use the myTax portal, as the ATO has retired online lodgement tool e-tax.


Standards Australia launches digital transformation program

02 June, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Standards Australia has kicked off a program aimed at transforming the peak body into the digital standards body Australia will need in the future.


Digital transformation — more than serving citizens

23 May, 2016 by David Braue

Before governments decide on how to progress with digital transformation efforts, it's vital that they go back to basics and figure out what 'digital' means to them.


Forecasting demand improves health delivery

23 May, 2016 | Supplied by: SAS

WA Health needed accurate forecasts of hospital demand for planning and resource allocation, as well as to underpin strategic planning for the state.


Victoria to establish new data agency

16 May, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The Victorian Government has unveiled a new Information Technology Strategy incorporating initiatives such as the establishment of a data agency to improve data sharing across government.


Info sharing concept that's worth bottling

16 May, 2016 | Supplied by: Objective Corporation

The National Blood Authority has implemented a collaboration platform that is secure, locally hosted and, most importantly, ensures complete auditability and traceability of information.


The pragmatics of technology convergence

09 May, 2016 by Kevin Noonan, Research Director, Public Sector Technology, Ovum

Henry Ford, who sought common solutions to common problems, would be appalled at the traditional approach to ICT system development.


IT infrastructure challenges for government

02 May, 2016 by Jonathan Nally

We ask our panel of experts to give their views on where and when governments should outsource infrastructure solutions, and when they should remain in-house.


Sky not the limit for satellite services

25 April, 2016 by David Braue

Local councils have been the most proactive in brainstorming the potential uses for nbn's Sky Muster satellite services.


Government releases $230m cybersecurity strategy

21 April, 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has officially launched the government's national cybersecurity strategy, including 33 cybersecurity initiatives worth over $231 million.


NZ govt signs Alibaba deal to boost China trade

20 April, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The New Zealand government's international business development arm has signed an MoU with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba to make it easier for NZ merchants to sell to China.


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