Tuesday, 23 September 2014

"Digital Government" survey NSW

The 'Digital Government – what do you think?' survey has been released by the NSW Government.  They are seeking input to inform how NSW Government can become a government that thinks and operates digitally, with the goal of creating better customer experience. Feedback from the survey will be used by the Accelerating Digital Government Taskforce (comprised of public sector, industry and research representatives) to develop a digital government plan for NSW. This is about more than online transactions, and includes other technologies that connect people, information and services.

All of this raises multiple questions. Completing the survey is an opportunity to raise issues on viability, privacy, information security, and convenience (among other issues). As a blog devoted questions at the intersection of technology, social impact and law, we encourage readers (particularly those in NSW) to have their say. We have been assured that responses to the survey will be taken into account by the Taskforce, both in formulating a plan and in learning how to better engage with industry and the community on issues raised.

The full terms of reference and other project information are available here. The short survey (approx. 5 minutes) is available here.

The survey will close at 9.00 am on Monday 29 September 2014.

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