By Anthony Wallace
Australia’s new Digital Marketplace has just extended its range to strengthen working links between the tech industries and government as part of the National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA).
The new areas of digital expertise include data science, cyber security, content and publishing, marketing, communications and engagement, as well as support and operations.
Set up by the Digital Transformation Office (DTA), the Digital Marketplace allows Government buyers to publish briefs for the work they need done, while suppliers can respond to those briefs.
DTA interim chief executive officer Nerida O’Loughlin said the latest roll-out would make it simpler for government agencies to find digital services and easier for providers to work with government.
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This story first appeared in Spatial Source.
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