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This discussion paper seeks views from all Australians about how to grow Australia’s cyber security and future prosperity.
This white paper provides the rationale and describes the high level architecture for an innovative publishing framework that positions publishing functionalities on top of the content managed by a distributed network of repositories.
As a national resource, public sector data can benefit all Australians. The Australian government is committed to modernising how public sector data is used. This discussion paper has been released to encourage public feedback on the proposed legislative reforms.
In this article, the authors examine common and unique metadata requirements and their levels of description, determined by the data deposit forms of 20 repositories in three disciplines—archaeology, quantitative social science, and zoology.
This position paper sets out the Australian Energy Market Operator gateway model as the ACCC's preferred data access model for the Consumer Data Right (CDR) in the energy sector.
This report on the investigation into the release of myki data demonstrates that deficiencies in data governance and risk management can undermine the protection of privacy, even where the project is well-intentioned.
This discussion paper outlines proposed legislative arrangements for privacy and responsible information sharing for the Western Australian public sector.
This report provides an overview of the context in which the Wikibase prototype was developed, how the platform was adapted for use by librarians, and eight use cases where pilot participants (co-authors of this report) describe their experience of creating metadata for resources in various...
The report defines the digital health information that should be shared, by consulting widely with people who use services, health and care professionals. The consultation was conducted across the four nations, because the information needed to provide safe, high quality care should follow the person...
The Department of Human Services (DHS) is under scrutiny this week after the Nine papers revealed the department sent letters to 50,000 patients who were previously prescribed lithium. DHS was seeking to recruit the recipients into a non-government study on bipolar disorder.