The rollout of paperless applications will see paper forms rendered obsolete for some government transactions in Queensland.
Technological advances in areas including AI, robotics and smart electric grids are expected to drive growth in the smart cities market.
A public dashboard for agency and sector performance data has been launched by the Information and Privacy Commission NSW.
Applications have opened for round three of the federal government's emergency volunteer education scholarships.
Experts in the field of disaster and emergency communications will gather in Melbourne in June to share ideas and lessons learned.
A 12-month contract has been awarded to NEC Australia, which will see it support the NSW Government with SD-WAN technology.
More than 3000 people are expected to attend the International Government Communication Forum in Sharjah this year.
Noosa Shire Council and TechnologyOne have continued their deal for a further eight years, to implement a multimillion-dollar software as a service (SaaS) solution.
The International MAV Technology Conference and Awards for Technology Excellence have now concluded in Geelong.
The SA-based company, which specialises in commercial solar lighting and energy storage systems, was honoured in a list of applicants to be offered funding by the federal government.
City of Sydney will put $750,000 towards an innovative $2.25 million Ausgrid grant program to reduce demand for electricity and carbon emissions in Sydney.
An innovative US government recruitment drive has successfully attracted skilled cybersecurity workers.
Two Municipal Association of Victoria conferences next week will canvass trends, solutions and goals for creating smarter, more livable communities.
The DTA has selected Data#3 as the sole provider of Microsoft licensing solutions to the federal government.
Leading UK companies are visiting Australia this week to meet government and business leaders.