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Telstra has partnered with the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis (IGPA) to conduct the latest round of quantitative research of the Australian public to garner further, refreshed evidence in relation to the role of technology in government service delivery.
Key findingsDigital democracy is a broad concept and not easy to define. The paper provides a granular approach to help encompass its various activities and methods (our ‘typology of digital democracy’). Many initiatives exist simply as an app, or web page, driven...
Access to open government data in Australia is economically important, as confirmed by multiple theoretical and empirical studies, with varying estimates of its net positive benefit. Some of these benefits include new data-driven products and services, increased operational efficiency in both the public and private...
The first World Trends report in 2014 filled an important gap in contemporary media and communications research. While other studies and reports offered snapshots of specific dimensions or regions, UNESCO’s World Trends was the first to present a systematic trend analysis of the multiple aspects...
The Government has released use cases collected as part of a study into the new and innovate ways Australian organisations are using open government data.
The study targets companies and non-profit organisations that use open government data to generate new business, develop new products...
This report argues that much of the millions of dollars in international aid that the U.S. government spends annually to build the capacities of journalists around the world can be wasted unless the capacities of government officials to communicate openly are also improved.
This audit assessed information and communications technology (ICT) Controls in the Victorian public sector.
The Auditor-General is the external auditor of Victoria's public sector entities, and has a legislated obligation to provide independent assurance to the Parliament about the financial status...
According to this UK survey, the majority of senior civil servants actively engage positively with academic outputs. However, it is also clear that a significant minority does not engage at all with academics and that many do so in fairly limited ways.
CUE is the quarterly magazine from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Government.
Welcome to CUE 7. This issue is dedicated to the theme of ‘Revitalising Democracy’ and highlights just a few of the ways in which the School of Government...
This report explores how participatory video – an existing methodology for engaging marginalised people – can be adapted and strengthened to inclusively engage citizens and foster responses from decision-makers.