Australia's Digital Economy Strategy
Australia’s Digital Economy Strategy 2030 outlines key building blocks and focal areas to help Australia become a world-leading digital economy by 2030.
What do Aussies expect from online government services?
A recent research survey highlights citizen expectations for government’s digital delivery in Australia and New Zealand.
Digital identity — stakeholder feedback
The DTA’s report on stakeholder feedback is another key milestone for Australia’s digital identity.
The Global Health open data initiative
Global.health is a new open data platform that tracks infectious diseases. Its COVID-19 datasets can help researchers and governments fight COVID-19.
Digital COVID vaccine passports
Many countries are looking into digital COVID vaccine passports, as we move toward vaccination and (hopefully) a return to travel this year.
Digital transformation in government — best of 2020
View 2020 highlights from our Digital Transformation in Government blog series.
Rules as code
Rules as code (RaC) is an emerging space within the public sector, and turns legislation and other rules into machine-readable code to provide benefits for government, citizens and broader society.
APS Data Professional Stream
The Australian Public Service (APS) recently announced the appointment of Dr David Gruen as Head of the Data Professional Stream.
Govlaunch — a wiki for government innovation
Govlaunch is an online community where local governments from around the world share projects helping public sector employees innovate.
D9 - pioneers in digital government
D9 is a group of nine countries that are digital pioneers. Currently, D9 has four focus areas: digital ID, digital rights, artificial intelligence and data 360°.
NSW’s Smart Places Strategy
NSW’s Smart Places Strategy brings together a range of different technology and ‘smart’ solutions with one goal: to benefit NSW citizens.