The government has insisted that the 9.9% My Health Record opt-out rate is squarely in line with expectations, but Labor is unimpressed.
The UK Government Digital Service is piloting an accelerated software development apprenticeship for public servants.
Centrelink has adopted a new platform developed by the Reserve Bank of Australia that will enable real-time delivery of emergency welfare payments.
Darwin and the South East Queensland region will deploy new and expanded smart city technologies as part of their respective City Deals.
A long-term approach to digital optimisation of processes and services can produce the capabilities needed for digital transformation.
The Local Government Association of Queensland has outlined data-focused initiatives including the planned deployment of a state-wide IoT sensor network.
The NSW Government is moving towards an agile model for delivering digital solutions via the in-development Digital Restart Fund.
The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science will offer $12 million worth of grants under round two of its Business Research and Innovation Initiative.
The Digital Marketplace digital services procurement portal has been upgraded with a new procurement pathway named Ask the Market.
The annual Public Sector Innovation Show will bring together 800 local and international experts to explore the management of people, processes, tools and technologies.
The DTA is making strong progress implementing the components of the government's digital transformation agenda, according to its CEO.
The UK Government Digital Services has upgraded its GovWifi platform to automate the process of agencies joining the nationwide secure Wi-Fi network.
The ICF has selected the Sunshine Coast as one of the top seven Intelligent Communities for 2019 due to its Speed It Up program.
In this video from KPMG, Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk discusses how Brisbane City Council is using Smart City thinking to meet the needs of its citizens.