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Former Telstra CEO David Thodey will lead an industry advisory group to guide the NSW government on its multibillion dollar “Tech Central” precinct in Sydney. The group, which also includes executives from Atlasssian, the City of Sydney, Stone & Chalk, AirTree Ventures and UTS Vice Chancellor Attila Brungs, met for

The NSW government is consolidating its more than 750 websites currently running on 35 different content management systems to deliver a “unified, customer-centric” experience for citizens when they interact with the state government online. A redesigned nsw.gov.au beta site has launched offering a preview of how the consolidated platform will

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The NSW State Government’s Department of Customer Service is leading the development of a “whole of government AI strategy” along with usage guidelines for agencies, with the aim of leveraging the technology in a safe, secure and private way. The department is currently working on a draft of the AI

Microsoft opened its newest Technology Centre in Sydney today, offering the company’s local customers and partners a hub to develop digital technology and strategies. During the launch the technology giant also announced a new partnership with the NSW Government’s Department of Finance, Services and Innovation. The government signed a memorandum

The digital arm of the NSW government is taking a new holistic approach to the delivery of government services in an effort to improve citizens’ life journeys. Interacting with government agencies should be simple and effective, particularly in time of need, according to Digital.NSW. That means eschewing the “customer journey”

The current NSW government funding model is not appropriate for delivering digital government services, according to Greg Wells, the new state government digital chief. Wells called for a more agile approach to funding that also adapts to the shift from capex to opex expenditure. “At the moment the funding model

Australian tech companies and industries stakeholders will work with the NSW Government to design a new technology and innovation precinct based in Sydney. The NSW Government unveiled the plan yesterday, which has the support the backing of Atlassian. Located between Central to Eveleigh, the precinct is expected to create 10,000

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Westpac-backed data start-up Data Republic is building a data marketplace for the NSW Government which will provide access to a broad range of datasets in a single, searchable location. Having won the government tender, the data marketplace will form part of the NSW government’s digital strategy unveiled by Victor Dominello NSW