Over $700 million pledged to regional connectivity, smart congestion easing, electronic health records and digital transformation
Author: Ellen Sanderson
The rush to move a greater swathe of time-critical government services online risks worsening underlying project governance issues
In an attempt to grapple with a fiscal crisis linked to long-term overspending and flat GST revenue, the recent Northern Territory (NT) 2019-20 Budget calls for efficiency gains to be made through digital transformation of government.
Off the back of the first surplus in five years, the Western Australian (WA) Government is prepped to launch headfirst into its state-wide digital transformation outlined in the 2019-20 State Budget, investing millions in current and future ICT initiatives across all sectors
Confirmation has been given for the $205 million partnership between the Western Australian (WA) Public Transport Authority (PTA) and Huawei Technologies, signifying a divergence between state and federal attitudes towards the Chinese telecommunications giant
$328 million has been pledged towards to the fourth and final action plan under the government’s National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children 2010-2022. With the Plan approaching one decade since implementation, reflection on progress to date shows a positive trend across all jurisdictions towards an increased use of data and technology to combat violence against women and children
New South Wales has forged ahead with appointing ANZ Banking Group as one of the state’s core financial services providers. The new partnership is intended to allow the government to leverage the bank’s capability and experience in data analytics, agile methodologies, human-centred design, and transaction security
Big name suppliers are continuing to dominate the Federal Government ICT market one year on from implementation of the Digital Transformation Agency’s (DTA’s) ICT Contract Capped Term and Value Policy.
Widespread back-office reform is expected across the Department of Home Affairs, following a high profile failure of the department’s legacy ICT systems after an admission by Australian Border Force (ABF) Commissioner, Michael Outram, that core departmental processes were highly susceptible to human error
Substantial ICT capability reform is expected across the Australian Intelligence Community (AIC) after a growing number of high-profile security breaches of Australia’s public sector networks