The Digital Transformation Agency is seeking to overhaul the government's ICT procurement practices for the digital era.
The proportion of Australians preferring to engage with government over online channels has surged since 2016 to reach 49%, a survey has found.
If technology doesn't serve our day-to-day lives, we will be hesitant in adopting it.
The upgrade of Transport for NSW's IT systems as well as the federal DHS's child services system overhaul are reportedly facing cost and time blowouts.
Mirvac and WORKTECH Academy have published a white paper exploring the future of smart precincts and the world of work.
A public hearing in Wollongong will be exploring the city's transformation to a knowledge-based economy and the lessons it can teach other regional centres.
Standards Australia is addressing a standing committee to discuss the government's role in fostering a sound, interoperable digital infrastructure.
Acclaimed smart city expert Anna Grau has been added to the line-up of speakers for the Australian Smart Communities Conference in May.
Correct Communications will supply equipment, maintenance and support related to the agency's networking requirements.
All key healthcare providers and 50% of the populace in Berrigan are connected and using My Health Record.
The Australian Government will invest in helping ASEAN economies develop smart cities across Southeast Asia.
EM-Share, the lessons management system for Victoria's emergency services management ecosystem, has been used to record 1000 observations since launching in October.
APS staff will have until March 30 to apply for the next round of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet's Platforms for Open Data program.
South Australia's City of Mitcham has deployed a new enterprise solution from TechnologyOne aimed at improving the customer experience and increasing organisational efficiency.
The AIIA–DTA memorandum of understanding is designed to explore ways to improve delivery of the government's digital transformation agenda.