The Australian government has approved Chinese-owned tech giant Huawei’s $136 million radio and telecommunications contract with the Western Australian government, despite ongoing security concerns.

The Western Australian Government has pledged $6.9 million to support the launch of its 'one-stop-shop' service portal, ServiceWA, announced as part of the state's 2019-20 budget.

The WA Government will deploy 3,500 mobile smart devices to police officers, providing $34.6 million to fund the tech rollout.

Providing a much-needed lifeline to the Office of Digital Government (ODG), the Western Australia Government has announced it will inject $34.7 million to support digital transformation efforts across state agencies.

The Western Australian Government has revealed the latest weapon in its emergency response arsenal, launching a new aerial mapping jet capable of crossing the length of the state in less than three hours.

After a number of false starts, Transperth, the Perth metro area's public transport authority, has officially launched its "next-gen" bus tracking app.

Western Australia’s chief technology officer Giles Nunis has announced he will leave the public sector after three years in the role, accepting a position as partner at Deloitte.

The WA Government has selected Perth-based company Empired as the dedicated cloud services provider for its GovNext-ICT program.

The federal and Western Australian governments have signed off on a major infrastructure spending program that will fast-track investments in transport hubs, road and rail projects.