Current city developments are falling short of the general public's expectations, according to Capgemini research.
The NZ government is calling on other global governments to follow its lead by introducing a charter on ethical use of algorithms by the public sector.
The VCAT will hold online mediation conferences after signing a deal with digital dispute platform Immediation.
The WA Government is consulting on a draft Digital Inclusion Blueprint designed to close the state's digital divide.
The ACT Government has awarded Epic a $114m contract to deploy a digital health record system across the territory's public health services.
The Digital Transformation Agency has contracted more than $2 billion worth of opportunities via its Digital Marketplace portal.
RMIT Online and the Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre have jointly launched three digital health micro-credential courses.
Implementing a technology business management framework is helping US government agencies improve visibility over their IT budgets and landscapes.
Objective Corporation has announced that Australian software company Itree, a government regtech solution specialist, has become a wholly owned subsidiary.
The DTA has completed exploratory research aimed at helping it better understand the needs of users of its gov.au Observatory analytics platform.
The Queensland Reconstruction Authority has developed an app for councils to improve their disaster planning by identifying the most likely sites at risk.
More than 30 Microsoft Surface Hub virtual conferencing systems are being sent to partner security agencies in Pacific Island nations.
Cessnock City Council has become the first council in NSW to achieve API-based integration with the state's new Planning Portal.
The funding will build on four years of modernisation and digitisation work, totalling $16m, to make it more accessible and user-friendly.
Airservices Australia has engaged Rimini Street to continue to provide support for its mission-critical SAP-based air trafffic services platform.