The Digitalbusiness.gov.au website provides up-to-date practical guidance for Australian small to medium businesses and community organisations about how to establish or enhance their online presence and use online productivity tools. Topics include establishing a website, e-commerce, social media, search engine optimisation, security, privacy and the mobile web.
The site uses many […]
The SmartForms solution by business.gov.au allows Government agencies to replace static forms with streamlined, automated online forms and submission processes. Through the use of Adobe LiveCycle technology and the support of vendor supplied SmartForms Centre application, the Smartforms Solution provides online forms management, hosting, licensing, tools, and development support and […]
The Australian Government has committed to build a National Broadband Network (NBN) that will connect up to 93 percent of all Australian homes, schools and workplaces with broadband services with speeds of 100 megabits per second. All others will be connected with next generation wireless and satellite technologies that will […]
The Museum’s collection database went live in mid-2006, making the entire collection available online for the first time. The goal was to create a user-friendly experience for all citizens, to search and browse the collection. To this end, the collection features a simple search box, the ability to browse using […]
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is the first National Statistical Office in the world to make the entire census dataset available online in an interactive way. CDATA Online is an excellent example of early adoption of Government 2.0 – making data available to the citizens of the world in a […]
Daily on Demand provides online audio-visual replays of the extracts of ACT Assembly proceedings which are requested by the user. This is a first for Australian parliaments. Indeed, it places the Assembly at the forefront of world legislatures in making parliamentary proceedings more relevant and accessible in a timely, […]
The Powerhouse Museum started its first blog ‘Fresh & New’ in May 2005, within the Digital team, as a means of sharing work in progress. From this small beginning, the museum has expanded the number of blogs to the current total of 8 blogs.