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    Information and Communication Technology for Tomorrows Queensland 2009-2012
    The Information and Communication Technology for Tomorrow’s Queensland: 2009-2012 industry development strategy reinforces the Government’s commitment to the Queensland Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry. The Strategy focuses on growing industry in a low carbon world, sustaining and creating employment, increasing research and development, internationalising Queensland’s

    Toward Q2 through ICT - The Queensland Government's strategy for government ICT
    Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a key enabler for achieving many of the outcomes that the Queensland Government targets in Toward Q2: Tomorrow’s Queensland; in responding to the Right to Information report; and enhancing service delivery and engagement of the population into the future. It is therefore important that ICT investment, governance and practices are operating as effe

    Toward Q2 through ICT Strategy
    Released in September 2009, Toward Q2 through ICT 2009–2014 – the Queensland Government’s strategy for government ICT (Toward Q2 through ICT Strategy) is the Queensland Government’s five year strategy for government information and communication technology (ICT). The Strategy comprises four key focus areas: accessible government, efficient government, effective government and a strong industry/g

    Draft Qld Government National Broadband Network Master Plan
    On 7 April 2009 the Australian Government announced its intention to undertake Australia’s largest ever infrastructure project by spending $43 billion over eight years to construct a National Broadband Network (NBN). A state-wide Master Plan is being developed to ensure the optimal implementation and utilisation of the NBN in Queensland. This Master Plan will focus on the achievement of the Queens

    Progress report of the Qld Government's strategy for ICT
    Released in September 2009, Toward Q2 through ICT 2009–2014 – the Queensland Government’s strategy for government ICT (Toward Q2 through ICT Strategy) is the Queensland Government’s five year strategy for government information and communication technology (ICT). The Strategy comprises four key focus areas: accessible government, efficient government, effective government and a strong industry/go

    ICT Management within Qld Govt
    Effective Information and Communication Technology (ICT) operations, systems, procurement and initiatives are critical to Queensland Government’s being able to deliver on Government policy and to provide integrated, efficient and effective services to the community. To facilitate this, Queensland Government requires independent advice on the strengths and weaknesses of current ICT operations, syst

    Response to the Qld Health Payroll System Commission of Inquiry recommendation
    On 13 December 2012, Executive Council appointed a Commission of Inquiry “to make a full and careful inquiry, in an open and independent manner, into the implementation of the Queensland Health payroll system. …”. The Honourable Richard Chesterman AO RFD QD opened Queensland Health Payroll System Commission of Inquiry on 1 February 2013. The Inquiry received 171 exhibits and held 36 days of heari

    Government Wireless Network process
    The proposed Government Wireless Network (GWN) is intended to deliver enhanced digital voice radio and narrowband communications for Queensland’s public safety agencies with improved security, interoperability between agencies, added functionality and a foundation upon which to provide modern front-line public safety services. An Expression of Interest (EOI) process was undertaken with documentati

    ICT Strategy and Action Plan
    A Strategy and Action Plan for Government ICT has been prepared to provide a considered and holistic approach to reform the way Government currently utilises ICT. These documents describe how the use of ICT will be transformed to deliver better service outcomes for Queenslanders. National and international better practice strategies and reform models were reviewed as part of this development. T

    Agency Open Data Strategy Release
    In October 2012, the Premier announced an ‘open data revolution’ for the Queensland Government with an aim of releasing as much government data as possible to encourage the private sector to develop innovative new services and solutions for the State. To build the use of open data in the Queensland community, the Departmental Agency Open Data Strategies would be released publicly and be available

    Release Draft Digital Economy Strategy Public Consultation
    The Queensland Government announced its intention to release a draft digital economy strategy for consultation as an economic growth and infrastructure development action in its Six Month Action Plan: July – December 2013. The Draft Queensland Digital Economy Strategy identifies what the Queensland Government sees as the strategic objectives, desired outcomes, and future action ideas for Queenslan

    Govt Response Education and Innovation Committee review of Auditor General report on Online Service Delivery
    On 19 March 2013, the Auditor-General tabled the Audit Report 8: 2012-13 Online Service Delivery in the Legislative Assembly. The Auditor-General’s Report found that: customer expectations of online service options are not being met; public sector services that are not provided online cost more to deliver, both for the Government and the public; and although credit card data collected through onli

    Qld Digitial Economy Strategy and Action Plan
    The Queensland Government announced its intention to release the Queensland Digital Economy Strategy in its Six Month Action Plan: January – June 2014. The Strategy and Action Plan outlines an Action Plan which contains 23 actions and 50 sub-actions which are to undertaken by Queensland Government agencies in partnership with the private sector, other levels of Government, non-Government organisat

    Student Protection Reports - system error transmitting reports
    On 30 July 2015, the Department of Education and Training (DET) became aware of a specific system error which resulted in certain student protection reports not being transmitted to the Queensland Police Service (QPS). As a result of this coding error, over the period from 18 January to 30 July 2015, 644 student protection reports were not transmitted to QPS. Further investigations were undertake

    Participation in the national eHealth agenda
    Progressing a nationally coordinated approach to eHealth provides the national standards, specifications and infrastructure needed to be able to connect information systems across health settings (general practitioners, specialists, hospitals), and ensure the seamless availability of key health information. Continuing a nationally coordinated effort (as opposed to each state and territory impleme

    Advancing education - an action plan for education in Queensland
    Advancing education – An action plan for education in Queensland outlines the Government’s long term policy strategy for education and the actions to be taken to deliver this vision. The Action plan is for consultation with stakeholders and the broader community. The action plan covers early childhood education and care and schooling and initiatives in the plan provide for: A confident start: supp

    Review of OneSchool Student Protection Reporting system error
    On 30 July 2015, the Department of Education and Training (DET) became aware of a system failure which resulted in certain student protection reports not being transmitted to the Queensland Police Service (QPS). From 19 January to 30 July 2015, 644 student protection reports were not transmitted to QPS. Upon learning of the system failure, the Minister for Education and Minister for Tourism, Majo

    Health and Ambulance Services Committee Report No 2 Inquiry into personal health promotion interventions
    The Inquiry into personal health promotion interventions using telephone and web-based technologies, Report No. 2, details the findings of the Health and Ambulance Services Committee in relation to the evidence for the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of health coaching interventions, specifically those which relate to increasing physical activity, improving nutrition and reducing weight. The

    Government arrangements for access to the Government Wireless Network (GWN)
    The Queensland Government is utilising the Government Wireless Network service which brings Queensland’s Public Safety Agencies onto the same radio communications platform and improves the efficiency and effectiveness of frontline operations. The Government Wireless Network provides: improved security, interoperability between agencies; added functionality; improved efficiency, improved safety thr

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    12 May, 2016

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