DTA

The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) today renewed a memorandum of understanding with ICT industry group the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) to “exchange information, experiences and expertise”. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The deal was last year criticised by the federal opposition for being too cozy a relationship

The Digital Transformation Agency will integrate myGovID, the government’s digital identity tool which uses biometric authentication, with six myGov services through a series of pilot programs in the next 12 months. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter It is a significant step in the DTA’s digital identity program, which

In an era when consumers benchmark any experience against the best service they’ve ever received, government services delivered by digital channels can feel like they leave a lot to be desired. But, unlike other parts of their lives, when it comes to governments services users can’t shop around for a

The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has flagged “gaps” in blockchain technology, advising government agencies to weigh any investment in the technology against its ability to meet users’ needs. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The two case studies of blockchain use in government services published so far show only

Digital transformation projects are failing in Australia because organisations haven’t linked their data strategy to business outcomes, according to Chris Drieberg, director of pre-sales and CTO for Hitachi Vantara ANZ. Worse still, Drieberg says, the digital infrastructure being built today may prove fundamentally inadequate very soon. “Most of [our customers]

 The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) will be the first Australian Government agency to deploy Office 365 for Protected email and collaboration, taking advantage of the platform’s Protected certification, awarded by the Australian Signals Directorate earlier this year. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The DTA, which is charged with

The federal government’s digital transformation efforts have been plagued by “soaring rhetoric” and a “failure of leadership,” according to a report from a senate inquiry into the digital delivery of government services released overnight. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The report is based on a senate inquiry led

Digital Transformation Agency CEO Gavin Slater is stepping down from his role at the end of the month. He will be replaced by Randall Brugeaud who is currently the deputy statistician and  chief operating officer at the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and has previously acted as the DTA CEO. Slater

Australia Post will work with the Australian federal government’s Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) to integrate its own identity technology into the Commonwealth’s Digital Identity Framework. The partnership will focus on developing a proof of concept to help government agencies enhance how they provide access to services online and over the