The APS must adapt to prevent current weaknesses becoming 'critical failures'.
Breaking: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has released the Independent Review of the APS
The federal government will to set up a Digital Platforms Branch with investigative powers.
The NSW government has boosted its infrastructure budget by $4 billion.
The corruption watchdog says poor conduct is common and accepted within SA Health.
There were plenty of contenders among government ranks for the 2019 Nanny State Awards.
The City of Adelaide has built a chatbot that can answer 35,000 questions.
There is a pressing need for a defined state government policy which provides a trigger for the construction of new libraries in new and expanding communities in the same way that there are policy provisions for schools and hospitals.
The public sector will play a pivotal role in using extended reality technology to empower citizens, in e-services, public safety, smart cities, emergency services, asset management and tourism.
The role of the change agent within government agencies to drive transformation is an important but difficult one and it’s critical they are supported and encouraged.In-depth
Australia's anti-corruption commissioners have united against the 'scourge of corruption'.
Councils can play a vital role when communities face a bushfire emergency.
Robotic process automation can increase efficiencies, improve customer service and boost employee morale, proponents say.Spotlight
A Melbourne council has banned glass from mixed recycling bins.
A Sydney council has seen a decrease in animal seizures since it launched an education and microchipping program.
A NSW council is taking a proactive role to help prevent suicide in the local area.GN Operational report
Councils are exploring new, smarter ways of managing their parks and sports grounds.
Synthetic sports surface specialist Polytan will showcase its most cutting edge technology at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Paul Kamphuis, General Manager of Polytan Asia Pacific, outlines some innovations in synthetic turf, and why councils should be taking notice.
Data sharing across agencies is a growing trend in Australian government, but even anonymised data can often be re-identified. A new Australian initiative aims to solve the problem.
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