The role of AI in public sector

01 June, 2021 by Peter Hughes, Vice President Sales, APAC | Supplied by: RingCentral Australia

There are any number of applications for AI across industry sectors, but the role of AI in the public sector itself shouldn't be overlooked, particularly in the area of customer service.

Sydney to host global tech experts in visiting entrepreneur program

01 June, 2021

The City of Sydney's visiting entrepreneur program will host a range of global tech experts in June 2021, to discuss the latest biotech and quantum technologies.

Mandatory e-invoicing for NSW agencies from 2022

26 May, 2021

E-invoicing will be mandatory for all NSW government agencies from 1 January 2022.

Digital citizen engagement: insights from Singapore

26 May, 2021

Blackbox Research's annual Public Sector Experience Index (PSXI) measured where 30 public sector organisations in Singapore stand in terms of their digitalisation journeys.

Oxford and Oracle team up to expedite COVID-19 variant identification

26 May, 2021

Oxford University and Oracle have created a Global Pathogen Analysis System (GPAS) to help governments and medical communities identify and act on these variants faster.

NSW launches sector-wide cyber security strategy

21 May, 2021

The strategy focuses on four key commitments including increasing government's cyber resiliency, helping businesses grow, enhancing the cybersecurity workforce and supporting research and innovation.

VicTrack appoints Juniper for network infrastructure upgrade

20 May, 2021

VicTrack, the state-owned enterprise that owns railway and tram lines, also manages an extensive telecom network along the rail corridor that includes nearly 3000 km of fibre.

Creating a seamless COVID-19 vaccine rollout

18 May, 2021 by Sharryn Napier*

As the Australian Government continues the next phases of vaccine delivery, it has been faced with challenging technical issues.

FLIR Vue TZ20 Dual Thermal Camera Drone Payload

07 May, 2021 | Supplied by: Teledyne FLIR

The FLIR Vue TZ20 dual thermal camera drone payload offers high-definition FLIR thermal imaging with zoom capabilities to improve situational awareness.

Govt announces $1.2bn Digital Economy Strategy

06 May, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The federal government has committed $1.2bn in the latest Budget for a series of initiatives aimed at enhancing Australia's digital economy.

Auditor-General calls for Vic public service IT rethink

06 May, 2021

The Victorian Auditor-General's Office (VAGO) has called for a rethink around the public service's approach to sourcing, managing and governing its complex IT projects.

ATO to soon approach market for major new IT contracts

04 May, 2021

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has announced its intention to approach the market for a significant range of IT managed services.

Business Council releases digital economy recommendations

01 May, 2021

Targeted digital reforms could help Australia save $210 billion over the next 20 years.

Clarifying the role of public sector CDOs in APAC

22 April, 2021

A research report has revealed that almost half of the public sector CDOs in APAC are unclear about their responsibilities within their organisation.

Digital service delivery — three priorities for governments

21 April, 2021

As policymakers strive to meet the multidimensional needs of citizens and deliver effective and efficient digital services, here are three priorities they need to be focusing on.

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