Local Government Professionals Australia aims to achieve a gender balance of 40% women, 40% men and 20% any gender in local government leadership roles by 2025.
COVID-19 contact tracing app Check In Qld has already been used to record more than 1m visits to hospitality venues since its launch less than a month ago.
Fujitsu has signed a three-year contract with the Department of Defence, to provide end-user computing and support for the agency's ICT environment.
The Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment will use TechnologyOne's software-as-a-service platform to store its finance system.
The ATO has selected iProov to provide a secure biometric face verification solution for the myGovID digital identity system.
The Keysight Multi-Industry Virtual Live Conference will showcase test and measurement solutions that accelerate innovation for a range of industries.
The Australian Information Industry Association has congratulated the returning WA Government and urged it to follow the association's policy recommendations.
Services Australia has the government website with the highest overall readability score, according to Ethos CRS research.
The Department of Health has selected HealthEngine to provide the fallback booking platform for the COVID-19 Vaccination Information and Booking Service.
Data is the foundation of any customer-centric business, including the Australian Government, says the Interim National Data Commissioner, Deborah Anton.
The Australian Digital Health Agency has launched a digital platform to help healthcare providers report vaccination data to the Australian Immunisation Register.
Gartner expects Australian government sector IT spending to grow by 6.2% in 2021 to $13.26bn as a result of continued investment in digital programs.
Now could be the right time to take another look at your organisation's SaaS contracts.
SA Health has linked its Sunrise electronic medical record (EMR) to My Health Record, enabling physicians to upload information to the platform.
As COVID-19 swept the globe in 2020, the University of South Australia and Draganfly, Inc developed technology that can remotely detect the key symptoms of COVID-19.