Supporting innovation is seen as the most critical priority, with funding problems and workforce skill levels being the main barriers to achieving it.
Around 70% of US federal government agencies are facing ICT skills shortages that threaten the ability to execute on their key missions, research indicates.
The NSW Government has updated its Core& low-risk ICT contract templates to be easier to use, particularly for procuring multiple solutions.
In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk unified comms with Audio Visual Distributors' Simon Fourie.
The NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet is searching for a new CIO to replace the outgoing David Schneider.
Sydney and Newcastle plan to switch to 100% renewable energy for their council operations from next year, while the ACT plans to go 100% renewable Canberra-wide.
Digital NSW and NSW Procurement have launched components of the buy.nsw guided buying experience into beta.
Gartner has identified security, service provision, empowered workforces and seven other solutions and technologies on which CIOs should focus in 2020.
The Smart Cities Council Australia and New Zealand has called on the federal government to show a renewed commitment to the smart cities movement.
Technology can make the design and construction of buildings easier and more predictable, enabling a focus on solutions to respond, prevent and reduce disasters.
The application of intelligent design and technology-based solutions will help lead Australia into a productive, secure and more sustainable future.
Ten smart city products have been certified TALQ compliant by the TALQ Consortium following its plug-fest event in Spain last month.