ServiceNow is the latest cloud provider to complete the “time consuming and costly” application process required to secure a spot on the Australian Signals Directorate’s (ASD) Certified Cloud Services List (CCSL).
Sector: Local Government
The consultation paper on the future of drones released by the Palaszczuk Government on 31 August 2017 reveals an intention to leverage the growing commercial opportunities of the technology, and identify their wide-ranging uses for the public sector
Issues that have long plagued government ICT procurement practices, experienced by both buyers and suppliers, are the focus of the raft of reforms announced by Assistant Minister for Digital Transformation Angus Taylor last week.
The changing legal landscape around data privacy offers opportunities for organisations to get ahead of the curve by tightening up their existing policies and practices
Dubious information security processes and controls protecting Queensland’s critical water infrastructure identified by the Queensland Audit Office could prompt the Department of Energy and Water Supply and the state’s water service providers to enlist partners to help shore up their defences against cyber-attacks.
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If regulation of blockchain can keep up with user expectations and technological advances, the technology has the potential to deepen citizen trust in online government services, according to Data61’s forecast into the future uses of the technology in Australia.
Topics: ICT Strategy; Fed.
DWS is primed to significantly improve its position in the government IT services and labour hire markets, after announcing its planned acquisition of SMS Management Technology last week.
Topics: Digital Transformation; Procurement.
With the United Kingdom’s Government Digital Service often cited as the direct inspiration behind much of Australia’s digital transformation movement, the experience of key digital service delivery agencies in the United States often get less of a look in
Topics: ICT Strategy; Collaboration; Mobility; Federal.
Flexible work arrangements are already an option for many Australian public servants, and a new federal trial of needs-based employee deployment suggests that the public sector is set to become even more flexible, personalised and mobile
Topics: IT Services; Hardware; Qld.
Over the last three years there has been a nationwide movement towards equipping frontline police officers with body-worn video (BWV) cameras in order to document confrontations with individuals, establish objective evidence that can be used in court, and reduce the number accusations of abusive behaviour by police. However, recent trials across Australian governments show that BWV can also help