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Displaying items by tag: eGovernment

Australia's move towards a digital government should be more of an integrated effort and should not be restricted in silos, a cyber security expert says, expressing scepticism about the ideas put forward by recently by Human Services and Digital Transformation Minister Michael Keenan.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The NSW Government has called for technology companies in the state to join it in showcasing their products and services for free on its official stand at CeBIT Australia 2018 scheduled to be held in Sydney in May.

Published in Market

Mobile commerce around the world is expected to grow even faster than e-commerce this year, according to a new report which forecasts that large markets in the Asia Pacific region like China, Japan, India, South Korea, Taiwan and Malaysia will see high growth in m-commerce, along with the UK.

Published in Mobility

Many government agencies around the world are moving past e-government, automating existing processes, and toward digital government, where new processes of government are developed, according to a newly published report from global analyst firm Ovum.

Published in Government Tech Policy

More than 80% of Australian government agencies believe mobility can improve their efficiency, yet almost half have no idea what it will cost.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 27 January 2011 20:09

Computers ain't computers any more

The headline isn't literally true, but a major professional services firm is predicting that 2011 will be the year when non-PC computing devices outnumber traditional PCs.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 10:48

Government gees up citizen mash ups

The Federal Government wants more citizens and private companies to participate in its fledgling web 2.0 initiatives and also use commonwealth content being released under creative commons licence in private mash ups.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The most successful companies are the ones that are not treating their IT department as a cost-centre, but rather as a strategy neighbour, getting things done cheaper and faster and opening new revenue streams in business.

Monday, 22 March 2010 11:16

Govt data centres: Tanner takes control

Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner has centralised billions of dollars worth of technology purchasing power within the Department of Finance as part a sweeping changes to the way the Commonwealth manages its data centre operations.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 19 October 2009 08:25

2.0 challenge is cultural, not technical: Tanner

The challenge for Government in building 2.0-style community engagement was in balancing a free exchange of ideas with the security and impartiality required for policy development, Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner said.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 14 October 2009 13:38

Feds: Privacy overhaul 'technology neutral'

In the most comprehensive set of reforms in a generation, the Rudd Government will overhaul privacy law in Australia, harmonising privacy treatment across Federal and State jurisdictions, and "future proofing" these protections against technology change.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 08 September 2009 18:29

NICTA creates Canberra eGov cluster

Australia’s peak IT research and commercialisation agency NICTA has joined with the ACT Government to create a new public-private R&D cluster focused on government technology.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 10 August 2009 08:26

PM gets into live chat business

Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is going direct – using live Web chat this morning for the first time – to engage voters directly through the PM Connect site.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 15 July 2009 09:24

Taskforce bullish on data.gov.au

The shiny new Government 2.0 Taskforce in Australia will hand off its recommendations for which public sector data sets should be shared openly through the Internet to the soon-to-be-established Office of the Information Commissioner.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 15 June 2009 14:26

Look to Asia Pacific, urges Austrade

Australia’s trade promotions organisation, Austrade, says opportunities are opening up for Australian IT companies to take advantage of increased technology spend by Asian companies, despite the global economic downturn.

More Brits than ever are participating in online citizenship activity, but the digital divide is still a reality for many and could disenfranchise them in the near future.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Friday, 12 December 2008 11:49

Government talkfest needs to spark action

Australia's favourite Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy and his state and territory counterparts (plus a local government representative) have put their heads together and come up with a motherhood statement on broadband.

Published in Core Dump
The European Journal of ePractice has just published a research report showing that the achievement of wide-scale implementation depends not only on the openness of the process, but also on the willingness to negotiate and achieve a compromise.

Published in A Meaningful Look

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