The federal government will create a new national data commissioner role as part of a $65m overhaul of the government's data sharing and release policies and regulations.
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet is exploring ways to improve the collection and analysis of data to improve policy outcomes for Indigenous communities.
The NZ government has now appointed all 15 members to the Digital Inclusion Advisory Group, tasked with helping to close the nation's digital divide.
DTA's website revamp and new guides and tools are aimed at helping government deliver better online services.
The US National Association of State CIOs has published a research note on the need for a new operating model for delivering IT services for government.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) will next week launch the first Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge outside of North America.
The Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) will move more than half of its member council websites to the Jadu Continuum Platform.
A new case management system is needed to deal with 350,000 cases per year in the state's magistrates' and children's courts.
Victoria's regional partnerships have been granted a combined $1m to help draw up plans for improving their regions' digital infrastructure.
The Future Cities Summit 2018 in Cairns will bring together government and private sector leaders to discuss the urban challenges of tomorrow.
The skills development event for local government representatives featuring case studies of innovation from councils from across Australia.
The GovHack open data hackathon will be held across Australia on 7–9 September 2018.
A report commissioned by the City of Ipswich recommends that the council consider intervening to accelerate the availability of gigabit services for the city if the nbn will not be capable of providing them.