They came with names like ‘Save Lives, Not Spreadsheets’, ‘A Nice Well Behaved Cheese’ and ‘I Adopted a Puppy Today But I’m Still Here Hacking’: teams with multiple skills from programming to design to video making. Some even tweeted their pets dressed in 'merch'.
The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) works to deliver better, faster, simpler digital services. As part of our charter, we’ve undertaken work to examine the adoption of DTA’s guidance, products and services by agencies on publicly-facing Australian Government websites.
The Australian Government recognises that the privacy of individuals is of paramount importance. The purpose of this process is to set out a method to release sensitive unit record datasets as open data—to ensure that these datasets have been protected to the highest standard.
Work has commenced on the next generation of the data.gov.au platform.
The May 2016 release of the Geocoded National Address File (G-NAF) and Administrative Boundaries datasets are now available for download.
One of the greatest challenges facing data users when trying to use government data has been the extraordinary diversity in data types, formats, quality, currency and other attributes of the data.
The data.gov.au team invites you to attend a public user needs workshop on 16 December 2015 as part of a broader data.gov.au Forum.