Government seeks feedback on digital ID standards

The Federal Government’s Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has called for submissions on draft national standards and rules that will frame its emerging digital identity program. Assistant Minister for Digital Transformation, Angus Taylor, has released the Trusted Digital Identity Framework (TDIF) for public feedback, following a period of consultation with other government agencies and with industry […]

Big data 2.0 a big opportunity for government

A recent audit by Australia’s Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) revealed that there are currently over 70 significant IT projects in the Federal Government. With an estimated lifetime cost of $7.2 billion, it is clear that digital in government is here to stay. Although it strategy into cloud and open source is clear, part of the […]

Tell us your problems, we’re porous, Taylor tells ICT industry

The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has set up an email hotline for technology providers who have difficulties dealing with the Federal Government. Speaking to industry at the National Press Club on 10 November, Assistant Minister for Digital Transformation Angus Taylor said the DTA has a strong focus on engaging with businesses. “We are constantly looking […]

TechnolgyOne gets another Shared Services hub

Adrian Di Marco Brisbane-based enterprise software company TechnologyOne has secured a shared services hub contract with the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS). It is the second shared services hub contract the Government has signed with TechnologyOne – the first was with the Department of Treasury in November 2015. Like the Treasury deal, the […]

DTA releases Govpass YouTube video

The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has released a YouTube video showing how to create its new Govpass digital identity. The video was announced in a blog by Felicity Hitchcock, a product manager at the DTA. Govpass will replace the existing 100 point identifier used to access Federal Government services. It is still in its beta […]

DTA calls for input on new Standard

The Federal Government’s Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has called for feedback on ways to improve its Digital Service Standard. The 13 point Standard was released 18 months ago. It is intended as a guide to help Government agencies ensure they build digital services that are “simple, clear and fast.” It has also been informally adopted […]

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