Mobile service delivery comes under the spotlight at this week’s FST Government Australia conference in Canberra. The CIOs of lead agencies are sharing insights, including the ATO, Department of Immigration & Border Protection, Australia Bureau of Statistics, and Department of Communications.

The outlook for big data and analytics is being tracked by the Australian Productivity Commission – with a new inquiry report due this November.

The Victorian government is racing to become a cyber-security hub under an incubator funding package that galvanises domestic and global partners.

Angus Taylor, Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation, and a keynote speaker at 22nd September FST Government Australia conference in Canberra, has announced plans to ramp up big data skills.  

Tony Scott, the Washington-based chief information officer for the Office of Management Budget, is delivering an exclusive keynote at the FST Government Australia conference being held on September 22nd in Canberra.

Angus Taylor, federal assistant minister for cities and digital transformation, announces plans for a digital marketplace. This makes it easier for business to pitch for projects and build the digital capability.

The shared services model is taking centre stage in New Zealand – with this platform offering agency-wide savings, according to Chris Buxton, the chief digital officer for Statistics NZ.   

Dr Rachna Gandhi, CEO, Service NSW, shares magic ingredients for successful citizen engagement at the FST Government Victoria conference in held in Melbourne.

The ANZ Bank’s chief operating officer, Michael Bullock, clarified the narrative around digital disruption at the FST Government New Zealand conference held 2nd August in Wellington.

Government and industry experts shared insights into the future of digital government at the FST Government Victoria conference held 20th July in Melbourne. Insights were shared into the latest “Victorian Government Technology Strategy: 2016-2020.”