Despite the pandemic (and sometimes because of it), 2020 has been another fantastic year here and overseas for digital transformation in government. Some of our favourite blogs (topics and case studies) this year include:
(Issue #115) — Rules as code (RaC) turns legislation and other rules into machine-readable code. An emerging space within the public sector, RaC reduces ambiguity, makes it easier for citizens and organisations to comply with the rules and also leads to greater transparency.
(Issue #104) — Open science is a great example of how one of the foundations of digital transformation in government, open source, can be applied to help improve the way we tackle Covid19 and any future health emergencies.
(Issue #103) — Australia’s National API Design Standards represent a whole-of-government approach to APIs to make it easier and faster for developers to work with APIs. Standardisation will also help to deliver service unification.
Salsa Digital’s take
We hope you’ve enjoyed reading our DTIG series this year. We’re looking forward to continuing the journey with you in 2021.