Inquiring minds with innovative ideas are sought by the City of Melbourne for Melbourne Knowledge Week 2019.
Australia's first ever law enforcement and financial intelligence Codeathon has received a Public Sector Innovation Award.
A think tank session on improving procurement practices to foster smart city development has identified a series of challenges to overcome.
Another 42 credit card-enabled parking ticket machines will be installed by the City of Greater Bendigo.
Optus has received a place on the government's Telecommunications Purchasing Arrangements for fixed voice services, mobile, fixed data and internet services.
The winners of IDC's 2018 Asia Pacific Smart Cities Awards have been announced.
Three NZ Government agencies have adopted TechnologyOne's Human Resources and Payroll (HRP) software as a service (SaaS) solution.
The City of Logan has just signed an innovation deal with Canada, making it one of only two councils in Australia to do so.
The LGAQ's CEO, Greg Hallam, wants Canberra to restore financial assistance grants funding to 1% to help councils meet growing demands.
Innovators in Queensland have been invited by the state government to solve some of the digital problems affecting the world.
The action plans for each of the 25 cities participating in the ASEAN Smart Cities Network project have been released.
The 5th Open Government Partnership Global Summit will be held in Tbilisi, Georgia, on 17–19 July.
Nominations are being invited for the 2019 Intelligent Community of the Year awards, with the theme being 'Infinite Learning'.
Smart lighting and smart city network technology services will be rolled out at The Mill at Moreton Bay.