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State of the Data and Digital Nation 2019

SA govt to save 850,000 pieces of paper annually

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A South Australian Government initiative to digitise paper forms and save an estimated 850,000 pieces of paper annually has been highlighted in the latest State of the data and digital nation report.

The State of the Data and Digital Nation provides an overview of the main data and digital transformation initiatives taking place across Australia, and aims to:

  • Increase visibility and transparency of data and digital initiatives across the nation
  • Identify alignment and areas for collaboration between jurisdictions

The State of the Data and Digital Nation report is produced by the Australian Data and Digital Council and provides a snapshot of work being undertaken across Australian jurisdictions.

Providing visibility and transparency is one of several steps in aligning priorities for the Commonwealth and States and Territories to deliver more integrated services, and ensure a unified direction for work on data and digital transformation.

View the report – https://www.pmc.gov.au/sites/default/files/publications/australian-digital-council-state-data-digital-nation_1.pdf