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This Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) and the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) exists to facilitate practical ways for the DTA and the AIIA to engage to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
In this podcast from the Case for Content conference, held at the ANU in July 2016 as part of the federal government's Innovation Month, the General Manager and Departmental Spokesperson for the Department of Human Services, Hank Jongen, discusses how governments can communicate more effectively...
In this podcast recorded at the Case for Content conference run as part of the federal government's Innovation Month in July 2016, the Assistant Secretary of the Communications Branch at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Trish Johnston, discusses her department's digital communications...
In this podcast recorded at the Case for Content conference run as part of the Federal Government's Innovation Month in July 2016, the Assistant Secretary of Digital Communications for the Department of Communications and the Arts, Kim Ulrick, discusses the government's communication strategies.
FECCA have released its consultation report, ‘Digital Access and Equity for Multicultural Communities’.
The Australian Government is investing in the digital transformation agenda to drive innovation and make it easier for individuals and businesses to access government services.
The move to digital government...
Overview: In this occasional paper, the ACMA reflects on its regulatory practice over the past 10 years; specifically, the role of research in evidence-informed decision-making and regulation. It looks at how the ACMA has used research in an environment of ongoing change to document...
Portfolio budget statements for the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the Special Broadcasting Service and the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
Digital transformation represents one of the best opportunities to deliver more to those who pay for government, those who work for government, and those who government works for.
Governments are currently not set up for the complexities of the digital age, concludes PPF’s Prime Ministers of Canada Fellow, Kent Aitken, in his year-long study. He suggests four ways they need to fundamentally change.