Prof Andrew Parfitt, Victor Dominello, Prof Attila Brungs.
People

Former NSW minister Victor Dominello has a new university gig running tackling ethics and trust in digital life

- May 1, 2023 3 MIN READ

Former NSW digital government minister Victor Dominello has a new job after leaving politics at the March state election, signing on as the director of the university-based UNSW-UTS Trustworthy Digital Society Hub. The announcement comes on the same day Jihad Dib, the new Labor minister in charge of digital government marked Privacy Week, announcing the… Read more »

Victor Dominello
Politics

How NSW is building the nation’s digital spine

- March 3, 2023 8 MIN READ

Australia needs to grow a backbone. In the information age, this spine must be digital. It must empower the individual with more control and protections over their privacy and security. This spine by nature must be customer centric. However because Australia is a federation – the spine doesn’t look like a single column. Its appearance… Read more »

Politics

The budget will spend $800 million ramping up how business works digitally, especially when dealing with government

- September 29, 2020 3 MIN READ

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced an $800 million digital technology plan for business as part of the ongoing stimulus response to the Covid-19 pandemic The PM said next Tuesday’s Budget would support businesses to recover and create more jobs. The major areas of focus for the plan include digitisation of the government’s business register,… Read more »

Advice

The digital economy is worth $126 billion to Australia – but more needs to be done

- September 22, 2020 3 MIN READ

Australia’s economy grew by an additional $126 billion, or 6.5%, during 2019 in terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) thanks to productivity gains provided by the digital technology, according to a new report by Deloitte Access Economics.  The annual ACS Australia’s Digital Pulse report, prepared by Deloitte for IT professionals association ACS, found that growth… Read more »