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Innovative Australian ICT is playing a critical role in the radical transformation of many businesses. If you are in public administration or in industry and are committed to seeing the same transformation in government, then join the Cluster. There’s no charge.

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Policies & Docs

The eGov Cluster is a transparent organisation. All its policies and procedures are drafted with the consultation of its members and approved by the Steering Committee. Find out more.

Management & Governance

The management and administration of the eGov Cluster is provided by NICTA, as part of its leadership role of promoting ICT innovation in Australia. The eGov Cluster, based at NICTA’s Canberra Research Laboratory, is governed by a Steering Committee and daily managed by a Manager and an Executive Officer. Find out more.

Membership

The Australian eGov Cluster is an industry grouping whose members are collaborating to advance ICT innovation in the public sector. ICT is transforming all types of business. The eGov Cluster encourages government and industry representatives to join this revolution and contribute to the next wave of efficient government. It's simple to register online or find out more.

Digital Canberra Challenge

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Collaborative Projects

The eGov Cluster promotes collaboration between Government, industry and research in finding innovative ICT solutions to increasingly complex problems faced by government today. Interested parties can propose a new project or participate in an approved project. Find out more.

Activities

The eGov Cluster provides access to a range of forums – seminars, workshops, conferences and other events, to share ideas and experiences in a non-competitive manner for the mutual benefit of all participants. Find out more.

Alliances

The eGov Cluster works closely with like-minded organisations (AIIA, CollabIT, ACS) to advance ICT innovation in general, and in Government in particular. Find out more.

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NEWS & EVENTS

 

News

Digital Canberra Challenge

Round 3- Final competitors announced check the DCC Blog for details.

Round 1 & 2- Case studies released to the public.

Department of Finance - Blog

Be up to date with current discussions around procurement and other ICT related initiatives.

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Upcoming Events

CollabIT ACT February Breakfast

When: Thursday 26 February, 7.00am -9.00am

Where: Microsoft Office, Level 4, 6 National Cct, Barton, ACT

Join David Pembroke from contentgroup as he outlines why content marketing will be the template for all Government communication. CollabIT breakfasts are known to be valuable and enjoyable.

For more information and to register visit this link.

 

Innovating IT Service Conference

When: Wednesday 11 & Thursday 12 March, 8.00am -5.pm

Where: Rydges, 701 Swanston St, Melbourne

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear leading presentations and case studies from international thought leaders and industry experts currently shaping the future of IT service in Australia.

For more information or to register contact Criterion Conferences on 1300 316 882, visit www.itsframeworks.com or email registration@criterionconferences.com.

 

IP for Start-ups Workshop

When: Monday 16 March, 9.00am -12.30pm

Where: CBRIN, Level 5, 1 Moore St, Canberra City

IP for Start-ups is a short intensive workshop designed to help you understand the basics of intellectual property (IP). Specifically, we will be looking at how IP can give your business a competitive advantage and how to commercialise it.

For more information and to book your ticket visit this link.

 

AIIA Navigating the Internet of Things

When: Thursday 26 March, 8.00am

Where: National Convention Centre Canberra, 31 Constitution Ave, Canberra City

Each year, the AIIA hosts a Navigating Summit, seeking to explore the value that cutting edge technology can bring to Australia and Australian Government. This series is designed by thought leaders and industry experts to facilitate debate and discussion on key issues relevant to the ICT industry and Government across Australia.

For more information and to register visit this link.