The former Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications is returning to the department to take up the top job.
With up to 1 million lights due for replacement in the next few years, a new model business case will help governments make the transition to smart lighting.
The Victorian Government will ban e-waste from the state's landfill, prohibiting the disposal of devices in any household bins, starting on 1 July.
The global market for smart streetlights is set to grow 42% per year through 2023 as more cities use the technology as a starting point for smart city projects.
The South Australian Government will provide $1.5m in matching funding to local start-up Presagen to help it commercialise its AI-based IVF software solution.
The Australian Local Government Association's National General Assembly will be held from 16–19 June 2019 in Canberra.
A major overhaul is being conducted on the Navy's IT equipment, with computer network updates worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
Several councils have been recognised for innovative practices at the Municipal Association of Victoria's (MAV) Technology Awards for Excellence.
The City of Palmerston has contracted Telensa to replace 5000 existing streetlights with wirelessly connected LED smart streetlights.
There are now 15 million myGov accounts in existence, with more Australians choosing to do their business with the government online.
The US government has already committed to spending over $127m to modernise agencies' ICT systems as part of the President's Management Agenda.
The finalists for the Victorian categories of the 2019 MAV Technology Awards for Excellence have now been announced.
The DTA is inviting applications from sellers interested in listing on the two new Hardware Marketplace categories of enterprise and end-user computing.
The US National Association of State CIOs maturity model encourages state CIOs to consider how to integrate multiple suppliers into their ICT delivery model.