Having a single website for all things government is not a good idea, in the view of the New South Wales government’s chief information and digital officer Damon Rees.
Rees called the idea “yesterday’s paradigm” at a recent IT conference in Sydney and, according to ITNews, it’s not on the cards for Australia’s most populous state.
It’s a fair point that navigating the internet these days generally involves punching one’s demands into a search engine, having notifications, newsletters and the like pushed to us, or just hanging out with crowds of other people on social media.
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There is no magical one-step solution for digital transformation, but it does require decisive, sustained action. Paul Shetler explores how established organisations fall into traps along the way, and where attention needs to focus to achieve lasting change.
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Is the Australian Public Service suffering from undue diligence and scientific rigor mortis? Some articles and speeches this month explain the need to move the APS from bureaucratic rigmarole to scientific rigor. One of the most blistering and persuasive articles of the year comes in a 14.12.2016 article in The Mandarin, Evidence-based policy: missing in […]
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