The Digital Transformation Office has commenced the first stage of a project to build a digital marketplace to help start-ups and smaller businesses access government service transformation contracts.
Civica has launched Contact360, a customer contact and transactional platform designed for councils in Australia.
Numerous federal agencies and departments are rapidly realising the efficiency and security merits of the govCMS open source web platform.
The Department of Human Services has contracted IBM to provide technology to support a range of digital government initiatives, including myGov portals to key financial support services.
The government has selected Shanghai as the site of one of five international landing pads to help connect Australian entrepreneurs with international growth opportunities.
Australia's approach to government digital transformation is winning praise, but there are ways in which it can be improved, say experts.
We speak with Michelle Fitzgerald, Melbourne's chief digital officer, to find out how the city aims to use technology to provide improved experiences for residents, visitors and businesses.
The Information Builders WebFOCUS self-service BI and analytics platform comes in three editions to deliver reporting and analytics capabilities to a wide range of users and environments, from small business to large enterprises.
Australia has the opportunity to build a smart network to safeguard the country's most precious resource — water.
In years to come, we will look at transactional processes, scratch our heads and ask why anybody would have bothered with such a restrictive construct.
By 2018, a third of digital government projects will treat any data as open data, according to Gartner. Research director Rick Howard outlines the steps required to move down this path.
Fuji Xerox Australia has relocated its Canberra office to the Parliamentary Triangle as part of efforts to play a close role in the government's digital transformation.
The federal government is reportedly evaluating a deal to outsource the processing of over $50bn in Medicare, PBS and aged-care payments to a private company.
As the NSW Government's Data Analytics Centre begins its work, we spoke with its head, Dr Ian Oppermann, to find out what's in store for 2016.