Randall Brugeaud has been appointed the Digital Transformation Agency’s (DTA) third leader since the then-Digital Transformation Office was established in July 2015.
Author: Poppy Johnston
A total of $21.9 million will be invested in ICT infrastructure in 2018-19 as part of the Tasmanian Government’s $2.6 billion “record spend” on infrastructure over the next four years that was announced in this year’s budget
Digital health remains a top priority for the Queensland Government, with $164.2 million earmarked in 2018-19 for ongoing efforts to improve to core infrastructure supporting digital hospitals and upgrade core clinical systems
Tata Consultancy Services has secured a $76.7 million contract with Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) to maintain and operate the “Centre of Excellence” that has been stood up to support the Transport Equip platform – the single SAP solution replacing the Cluster’s sprawling collection of legacy back office systems
Governments are increasingly opting for procurement policies which leverage government purchasing power to achieve positive social policy objectives.
Although budgets delivered after a change of government generally feature reduced funding allocations while a new administration determines its future policy directions, the newly-elected South Australian Government may find funding for new ICT projects as part of its response to
A new one-stop-shop procurement platform for the New South Wales Government to buy digital products and services will go live at the end of the month
Riding on the wave of momentum that’s building behind public sector reform in Western Australia, the Government has invested $21.8 million over four years in the 2018-19 budget to set up a central implementation team to revamp the public sector
More funding will go to digital transformation efforts in 2018 — plus the exploration of key emerging technologies like AI and blockchain – in what is the Turnbull Government’s last budget before the next federal election
Re-platforming options for the My Health Record (MHR) system will soon be up for consideration, with an Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) spokesperson confirming that a request for information will be released in the next few months to inform plans to modernise the infrastructure underpinning Australia’s mammoth patient health database