Dan Tehan said Australia was determined to remain at the forefront of digitisation ©PA Images
Dan Tehan said Australia was determined to remain at the forefront of digitisation ©PA Images

Australia digital government a 'litany of failures'

23 July 2018

Australia has been listed as one of the top two countries for providing e-government services, despite a scathing parliamentary report into its digital transformation project.

The UN e-government survey, which ranks member states on the availability of government services online, put Australia as second, with Denmark first, for the provision of services and seventh for public participation in online services.

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