ACT Government building inspectors and regulatory officers are benefiting from a software tool that has automated time-consuming manual processes.
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The NSW Department of Customer Service's Spatial Services arm and CSIRO's Data61 will collaborate to map the location of telecom assets for disaster planning.
Governments are making great strides along the road to digitisation, but many privacy and ethics question marks remain.
The NSW Government has appointed a new Information and Privacy Committee, to advise the state government on how best to deliver information.
The federal government has released two of its 10 Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority Plans, highlighting the importance of information and the cyber domain.
The human services sector has rich datasets that can help caseworkers appreciate the full picture of concern. Now it needs to embrace safe data sharing.
The New Zealand Government's new Carbon Neutral Government Programme commits to making the public sector carbon neutral by 2025.
The UK's Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation has issued a series of recommendations aimed at tackling algorithmic bias among public sector organisations.
A group of Australian sovereign cyber companies, led by FifthDomain, have created a successful pilot of a fully online cyber training program for the ADF.
Ten million telehealth services have been delivered to 3.2 million Australians in regional and rural communities since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The APS Blockchain Network launch event has addressed several issues pertaining to the use of blockchain technology among the Australian Public Service.