The DTA has signed a content scoping contract with Ethos CRS to progress production of the first-ever digital edition of the Australian Government Style Manual.
The Western Australian Government has selected former Acting Information Commissioner Catherine Fletcher to take on the role for a five-year term.
Former NSW Department of Finance, Services & Innovation secretary Martin Hoffman will lead the development of a strategic plan for Services Australia.
New digital sourcing policies taking effect this month will make it easier for businesses of all sizes to sell digital services to government.
Feedback is being sought from all those who have an interest in smart technology and cities across Australia.
The DTA's Digital Summit 2019 will be held on 3 October in Canberra, with early-bird registration discounts now available.
The DTA's Digital Marketplace has registered 280 new sellers and 12 new government agency buyers over the past six months.
Nominations will soon open for the Australian Government Digital Awards, which aim to recognise excellence in government digital products, services and people.
The Queensland Government has announced the establishment of FibreCo Queensland as part of efforts to improve regional broadband connectivity.
Australians are spending up to 14 hours a year standing in line, mailing forms or waiting on hold to access government services, a new study has shown.
The IoT and its impact on data centres will be a focus of the Impact 2019 conference in October, bringing together technologies, strategies and case studies.
The UK National Audit Office has compiled a report into the challenges of using data across government to support the development of the National Data Strategy.
The NSW Government has allocated $100 million over the next two years to establish a whole-of-government digital transformation fund.
Parks Victoria has worked with Microsoft to develop a centralised system for supporting the agency's remit of managing the state's parks and waterways.