DTA CEO Randall Brugeaud updated the Senate Estimates committee on progress with the agency's key goals for FY19 and defended the agency's high turnover rate.
US state government associations NASCIO and CoSA have published a playbook outlining the key considerations for state government electronic records management.
Two-thirds of Australian police personnel surveyed by Accenture expect to be required to learn new digital skills to remain effective.
Attendees at Australia's largest IoT conference and exhibition have been urged to "seize the IoT opportunity".
Visitors to a certain NSW Government ServiceNow web page are greeted by a “404 not found” page with a difference.
Victor Dominello, the NSW Minister for Finance, Services and Property, shares his experience of how real-time data is helping to transform public services.
The PM&C has formally endorsed the second-phase Open Government National Action Plan, which will see the appointment of a National Data Commissioner.
The DTA has released the second component of the planned Trusted Digital Identity Framework, governing the unified management of digital identities in Australia.
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet is seeking nominations for the civil society members of the next Open Government Forum.
The WA Govt has proposed a series of reforms to local government legislation, including adopting electronic voting for elections to improve the dismal turnout.
The US National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) has laid out its strategic plan for the next two years, revealing that it plans to make promoting open standards and best practices one of its top priorities.
Contracts worth more than $248m have been awarded to vendors in the first two years of the operation of the government's Digital Marketplace platform.
State and federal digital Ministers agreed to collaborate more closely during the first meeting of the Australian Digital Council on Friday.