It's been a very busy year for the government ICT field, with seemingly endless developments in every sector.
The South Australian Government has handed Telstra an $80m contract to deploy fibre broadband to 98.8% of public schools.
Government must continue to reinvent itself in this time of changing community needs, in order to drive savings and improve service delivery.
Governments have enticed more than 500,000 Australian households to use smart meters, but what will be the impact of this revolution?
A 3D VR emergency management system and a visualisation of the budget based on tax flowing to the government are two of the many projects developed at GovHack 2018.
The Civil Service Operational Excellence Award has been taken out by the GOV.UK team.
A virtual assistant named Sam has been rolled out across the Queensland Office of State Revenue (OSR).
The Digital Transformation Agency aims to transform government ICT procurement into 'digital sourcing' under its procurement reform program.
The Department of Human Services website has received gold certification from the Australian Plain English Foundation.
Former ANZ Bank CTO Michael McNamara will take the role of CIO of the Department of Human Services a year after the departure of its previous permanent CIO.
The Local Government Association of South Australia is negotiating to use the Australian-developed Squiz Matrix software as a new local government CMS.
Free Wi-Fi will be rolled out across Geelong's northern suburbs, following a $1.8 million grant from the Victorian Government.
With cloud environments replacing the sprawling on-premises data centres, it's rare that one can justify or afford the 'big bang' type of system replacement, so an IT triage plan is more important than ever before.
The Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner has been elected to the Executive Committee of the ICDPPC.