Digital Transformation in Government Insight #96:
The best of 2019
It’s been another great year for digital transformation in government. For our final DTIG blog this year, we wanted to highlight some of our favourite examples of DTIG in action this year.
Best of 2019 in DTIG
It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year again...time for our ‘best of’ DTIG!
This year 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 74 – Singapore – Building innovation within the public sector — At the core of Singapore’s digital program is an innovation culture, with some practices that could be adopted by other governments.
Issue 75 – Anti-doping app integrated with GovCMS — New app helps prevent inadvertent doping for Australian athletes.
Issue 81 – Embracing Innovation in Government — OECD report — The OECD report Embracing Innovation in Government contains key information around digital transformation in government for all public sector employees. The report identifies three trends — making the invisible visible, opening doors and a machine-readable world.
Issue 86 – IoT helps fight bushfires, floods and drought — Victoria’s LaTrobe Valley has a new, real-time Internet of Things (IoT) system that monitors bushfire ignition, flood levels, rain, windspeed and air quality to deliver a range of benefits.
Issue 87 – MetroLab Network — The MetroLab Network is a US-based network of cities, counties and universities focused on how data and technology can transform cities. Two recent projects are: using real-time data to reduce traffic fatalities, and how data analysis can improve emergency response.
Issue 93 - Australia's elite in digital government — Two Aussies made the cut in apolicitical’s World’s 100 Most Influential People in Digital Government for 2019...Pia Andrews and Randall Brugeaud.
Salsa Digital’s take
We hope you’ve enjoyed reading our DTIG series, learnt something new, and maybe even used the content to inform your agency’s decisions and actions. We’re looking forward to continuing the journey with you in 2020.