GovInnovate Brief

Is the Digital Economy Bill a stepping-stone to our digital future?

Posted by GovInnovate Team on 01-Aug-2016 16:34:45

The UK Government has led many governments across the globe since it developed the Government Digital Service (GDS) in 2011, and with the introduction of the Digital Economy Bill, this digitally leading nation is pushing the goal posts even further.

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Topics: Digital Government, Digital Economy Bill

Why technology should serve the needs of the people

Posted by GovInnovate Team on 15-Jan-2016 09:14:24

Rising customer expectations sprouting from same-day delivery and real-time data tracking have changed the landscape of traditional business models, and we are beginning to see the same trend running through the public sector when delivering faster and more efficient digital services.

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Topics: Digital Government, Smart City, Citizen Behaviour, Cloud Storage, Electric Car-Sharing

4 futuristic technologies set to transform city infrastructure

Posted by GovInnovate Team on 08-Jan-2016 10:30:00

Digital transformation is no longer just a buzzword.

All across Australia, governments are beginning to implement new technology projects to better serve the needs of citizens, while also gaining the added benefit of reducing operational costs.

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Topics: Digital Government, Smart City, Real-time data, Cloud forecasting, Nanobots, Digital Service Delivery, Wearable Technology, The Singularity, Digital Transformation, Ray Kurzweil, Virtual Assistants, Futuristic Technology, Technology Innovations

5 simple tips to make big data work for government

Posted by GovInnovate Team on 11-Dec-2015 10:05:21

As government’s begin to ride the wave of innovation, it will be important for departments across federal, state and local levels to make sense of these vast and complex new sets of information.

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Topics: eGovernment, Citizen Engagement, Digital Government, Smart Nation, Big Data, Public Sector Innovation, Innovation Agenda, Digital Innovation

Why open data will evolve Australian Government, not inhibit it

Posted by GovInnovate Team on 23-Nov-2015 16:31:30

A recent report by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (Ceda) predicted almost 40% of existing jobs will disappear because of technological advancements. CEDA's chief executive, Professor Stephen Martin said jobs that involved "low levels of social interaction, low levels of creativity, or low levels of mobility and dexterity" were most likely to be replaced by automation.

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Topics: eGovernment, Digital Government, Big Data, Open Data

Managing restricted data in an open world

Posted by GovInnovate Team on 23-Nov-2015 11:15:22

New research conducted by Deloitte revealed that 96% of government officials described the impact of digital technologies as ‘significant’, with three-quarters of respondents also describing the journey to digital government as ‘disruptive’. One of the driving factors behind this assumption is the idea that closed ecosystems cannot compete in an open world.

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Topics: eGovernment, Digital Government, Restricted Data, Implementing Software Projects, New Technology Strategy, Virtualisation Revolution, Software Interoperability, Open Data

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