The Office of the National Data Commissioner has released guidance on how to improve agencies' data practices and address technical and cultural challenges.
Nearly three in four US state governments have already deployed or are going to employ chatbots to assist with answering questions from residents.
More than three-quarters (76%) of Australians are willing to share personal data with government in exchange for better services, an Accenture survey suggests.
From automating expense policies and projecting budgets to analysing large-scale datasets, AI and machine learning are gaining momentum.
The Digital Transformation Agency has established a new taskforce to lead the project to develop a whole-of-government architecture framework.
The NSW Auditor General's report into the NSW Police Force's management of the $100m 'Policing for Tomorrow' fund identified a number of shortcomings.
A number of councils from Australia and New Zealand have been recognised in this year's IDC Smart City Asia/Pacific Awards.
Governments will struggle to complete tech optimisation or modernising plans if they're not directly relevant to supporting COVID-19 responses.
The Āwhina app will notify health workers when new or updated content is available to them.
Australia Post's Decipha developed a mailroom digitisation solution that can be deployed in days to help state govt agencies cope with the COVID-19 lockdown.
The Digital Transformation Agency is updating the federal government style manual for the first time since 2002, bringing the resource online for the first time.
The DTA has developed a prototype dashboard that aims for the first time to deliver a whole-of-government overview of usage data for government websites.
Local Government NSW (LGNSW) has urged the state government to commit not to pass on the cost of the new ePlanning Program to local councils.
US federal government agencies have been quick to adopt measures designed to allow the majority of their staff to work from home during the COVID-19 crisis.