In a departure from the Queensland Government’s previous ministerial arrangements, re-elected Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has divvied up the responsibilities of former Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy Leeanne Enoch into other portfolios
Over $1.1 billion worth of new health-related ICT initiatives were introduced across Australia in the 2017-18 budgets – more than double the amount of the previous financial year
Industry input is currently being sought for the development of a national mobile broadband network for public safety agencies (PSAs)
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The release of the Federal government’s cyber security strategy in April 2016 – as well as the accompanying $195 million in funding – is
A single governance body will monitor adherence to the Trusted Digital Identity Framework – the bedrock of the Digital Transformation Agency’s (DTAs) Whole-of-Government (WofG) digital identity “ecosystem”
A little over a month after being appointed as the first Tasmanian Government Chief Information Officer, Dr Glenn Lewis has hit the ground running, driven by the need to forge closer, more collaborative and productive relationships within and between all three tiers of government and the private sector
The upcoming beta phase releases of Service Victoria and ServiceWA’s digital portals suggests that the pursuit of citizen-centric digital government services remains a priority for Australian governments, with the Northern Territory soon to be the only jurisdiction without a Whole-of-Government (WofG) citizen-facing omni-channel service delivery agency
The role of ICT governance is shifting to reflect a maturing approach to digital transformation across Australian governments. Beyond simply automating existing business processes, leading jurisdictions are increasingly seeking to put citizens and other end users at the centre of service design.
The responsibilities of Chief Information Officers (CIO) and other Whole-of-Government (WofG) ICT leaders are now
Behind the headlines of big-ticket government ICT spending programs, most jurisdictions continue to face boom and bust years, influenced in large part by election cycles, and the popular vote involving public-facing projects
All but two Australian jurisdictions – Victoria and South Australia – have adopted a Whole-of-Government (WofG) approach to data storage