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.
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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
Simplifying the user experience has long been at the core of the Federal Government’s digital transformation goals. This is underpinning the Digital Transformation Agency’s latest approach to market, looking to enhance and simplify the myGov platform.
Promising to “congestion-bust” the Canberra bureaucracy soon after his re-election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has doubled down
Stuart Robert made his intentions clear from the beginning in his first and short (21 September 2015 – 18 February 2016) period as Minister for Human Services. He would not accept vendor cost blow-outs and that no one consultancy or other firm would be favoured in Department of Human Service (DHS) projects.
The rush to move a greater swathe of time-critical government services online risks worsening underlying project governance issues
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.