The ACT community lives in an increasingly digital world. It is a world defined by possibility and aspiration; disruption and renewal; pace and impatience. Technology has become an integral part of our lives and our culture. We are intimately bound to it in a way that transcends the historical relationships between man and machine.
What is Digital?
Digital describes a new way of doing things. Deliberately challenging and disruptive of conventional practice, it is the use of technology to effect radical change. It is about innovation, creating value, ‘in real time’, removing unnecessary costs and activities. It places high value on the creation and use of data. But more than anything—and more than ever before, it places the customer at the centre of its vision.
The OCDO drives the ACT's digital agenda and lead the whole of government strategic direction for ICT.
The ACT Government is committed to evolving Canberra into a smart and connected digital city, through leading-edge initiatives.
CBRfree provides users with access up to 250 megabytes per day over a fast broadband connection
Data is the lifeblood of digital, and open data fuels the digital economy. The ACT Government is committed to providing data to the community for use by all.
A trial at Manuka that uses innovative technology to save drivers time, reduce traffic delays and provide a better overall user experience.