The City of Melbourne will utilise resident input as part of a project with Monash University to improve the way smart cities are built.
The New Zealand Government has signed a deal with TechnologyOne that could see up to 23 government agencies shift to software-as-a-service (SaaS) environments.
A new Digital Literacy pre-course is helping CALD Victorians improve their language and digital skills ahead of further study and employment.
The 2021 MAV Technology Awards for Excellence have recognised a range of councils across Victoria, South Australia, NSW and the Northern Territory as finalists.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need to accelerate public sector innovation, with 88% of city leaders calling for investment in cloud platforms.
Honeywell has been chosen to provide hard facilities management and building management software for the Footscray Hospital project in Victoria.
Three regional councils in Queensland will receive a share of $100 million for community infrastructure projects, in an initiative that could create 2500 jobs.
A survey by EY has found that privacy and security concerns are preventing 53% of the global population from using various government digital services.
With online propaganda becoming more prevalent, IDC has prepared a report to help government agencies mitigate propaganda as a service.
A study by Adobe and Deloitte has found that 76% of Australians are more likely to use government websites if they are personalised.
Dr Malcolm Thatcher has been named as the Australian Digital Health Agency's new Chief Technology Officer; he will commence his role in early February.
The Open Group and the International Telecommunication Union will team up to accelerate the transformation of public services, for effective use of ICT infrastructure.
The ATO has signed Optus Business to provide fixed and mobile voice, mobile data, SMS, unified comms, collaboration, contact centre and network management services.
The ACT Government will install more internet access points throughout Canberra and increase the download limit, as part of the CBRFree network.
Public authorities must be more transparent with citizens in their decision-making, say Australian and international information access commissioners.
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