Government and private sector stakeholders have warmly responded to the Digital Transformation Agency's consultation on expanding the Digital Identity system.
The Digital Marketplace Procurement portal has listed over 6000 total opportunities from more than 3100 sellers since launching in August 2016.
Overhauling security, implementing real-time observability and using data to drive decision-making will prepare government agencies for future challenges while delivering a stellar user experience.
Following the success of the Digital Driver Licence, the NSW Government has commenced a trial of Digital Photo Cards in Penrith through the Service NSW app.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment has chosen DXC Technology to provide a Microsoft-based digital experience platform to support job seekers.
The Alabama State Senate is using technology from Draganfly to help detect potential COVID-19 hotspots in government buildings.
The Digital Transformation Agency has commenced the first in a range of Microsoft digital training courses available to APS employees at all levels.
Digital twin deployments are expected to increase to more than 500 cities by 2025, driven by COVID-19 requirements to achieve increased resilience levels.
The Digital Transformation Agency is making available two templates for government agencies to use while sourcing cloud products and services.
A new government body, Sport Integrity Australia, has been given responsibility for managing complex issues involving lots of sensitive data.