South Australia has become the first state to agree to collaborate with the Federal Government on the digital identity initiative known as myGovID, a trial of which is being run by the Digital Transformation Agency.
The NSW government has set aside $10 million from its Jobs for NSW agency to increase the network of start-ups and incubators, and also earmarked $3 million for direct grants to start-ups.
NSW minister for innovation and better regulation Victor Dominello delivered the ministerial address at Fujitsu World Tour 2016 in Sydney. His message was brutally clear: “The NSW government has to be data driven to maintain its leadership. If a department comes to me without the seven Ds in place, then I tell them to go away.”
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