A new era of cloud adoption by government agencies will be ushered in under the new Cloud Security Guidance (CSG) package announced by the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) and the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA).
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On 7 July, Minister for Government Services Stuart Robert gave a speech to the National Press Club to report on the recent experiences and future plans of the Federal Government’s digital transformation journey.
COVID-19 has already begun to impact heavily on large planned government initiatives, with the proposed Global Digital Platform visa processing privatisation being scrapped, and the new
Contracts over $100 million for IT services continue to be signed by the Federal government – albeit rarely – two years after the Digital Transformation Agency’s $100 million cap took effect in August 2017.
Hot on the heels of his affirmation as Prime Minister, Scott Morrison wasted no time in demanding his departmental Secretaries support “congestion-busting” in infrastructure, public service and service delivery.
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.
ICT project management continues to be in the spotlight as jurisdictions around the country move towards adopting project management offices (PMOs), even for non-high-risk projects
In December, the Digital Transformation Agency announced its long-awaited Digital Service Platforms Strategy. The strategy envisions the
The NSW Government’s expenditure model is out of pace with the government’s digital future – leading to a call for a more agile approach to ICT initiative funding under New South Wales’ 2018 transformation roadmap
The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) released the federal government’s 2025 digital strategy this week