The Australian Electoral Commission will modernise its election systems after funding announced in the Budget and a Pre-Release Notice (PRN) published on the Austender website.
Sector: Finance & Services
The new NSW Government Cloud Strategy directs “[g]overnment clusters and agencies” to use the public cloud to meet requirements going forward.
The consolidation of the federal government’s corporate IT systems appears to be well underway with $23.3m in new funding for the GovERP program announced in the 2020-21 Budget.
The federal government has announced an $800 million Digital Business Plan to make it easier to start businesses and interact with government.
Most of the funding will go towards upgrades of government platforms. These include business registers and the federated myGovID identity system as part of the government’s digital transformation agenda. The upgrades are now also being...
The Digital Transformation Agency’s (DTA) long-awaited Telecommunications Marketplace has finally been established, with 33 suppliers now on board.
Facing an uncertain economic future, Queenslanders will head to the polls in seven weeks with the pundits not prepared to predict an outcome.
Use of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies like machine learning in the public sector is set to explode around the world as governments invest heavily in digital transformation efforts prioritising automated decision-making technologies.
On 31 August the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) tabled in Parliament, its report on the Establishment and Use of ICT Related Procurement Panels and Arrangements.
With digital twins, the release of the Smart Places Strategy, the $1.6bn Digital Restart Fund injection and a plethora of government services now online, the NSW Government’s Beyond Digital strategy now appears to be in full swing, nine months after its release.
Recent changes to the Common Procurement Rules (CPR) guidelines issued by the Department of Finance see a greater emphasis on realising the “domestic economic benefit” (DEB) from goods and services procured by the Federal Government that exceed $4 million