The New Zealand Government has opened a new round of recruitment to try to attract someone to the role of the country's first chief technology officer.
$22 million in co-funding grants is up for grabs under the second round of the federal government's Smart Cities and Suburbs program.
Participants at the event discussed approaches to global collaboration on the delivery of digital health services and associated policy priorities.
SCCANZ is now taking applications from Australian and New Zealand Communities for the 2018 Smart Cities Readiness Challenge.
Victoria Police Assistant Commissioner Steve Fontana will next week take over from Assistant Commissioner Jack Blayney as the force's CIO.
An additional 1000 operators will be employed in Centrelink's call centre, to help deal with large call volumes.
The Reserve Bank Australia will next month promote its current deputy head of technology services Gayan Benedict to the post of CIO.
The jury and award categories have now been announced for the National Smart Cities Awards Program.
The City of Ipswich will no longer recycle yellow bin waste, but has launched one of Australia's first projects to build a waste-to-energy power plant.
The ACT Government has unveiled a new plan designed to drive adoption of zero emission electric vehicles and e-bikes across Canberra.
Public Sector Network's annual Women in Leadership Roadshow is back for its third year to inspire, connect and inform government employees.
The ACT Government has handed Electrix a seven-year contract to upgrade and maintain Canberra's streetlight network.
The council's Economic Insights Dashboard was awarded at the 17th Annual Local Government Professionals Australia, SA Leadership Excellence Awards.
Technological advances in areas including AI, robotics and smart electric grids are expected to drive growth in the smart cities market.
The rollout of paperless applications will see paper forms rendered obsolete for some government transactions in Queensland.