Victorian Government Releases ICT Strategy

12 02 2013

The Victorian Government today released its ICT Strategy at a AIIA function in Melbourne.

The strategy sees a dramatic altering in the landscape of government ICT delivery in Victoria. The strategy sets out 8 ICT decision making principles:

  1. Policy and service delivery programs will use popular digital channels;
  2. Policy and service delivery programs will be increasingly co-designed and co-produced;
  3. Information will be shared, open and managed as an asset;
  4. ICT-enabled projects will be staged and focused on managing risks and delivering business benefits earlier;
  5. Competition will be promoted to drive efficiency and  innovation in ICT systems and services;
  6. ICT services will take advantage of industry capabilities;
  7. ICT systems will be interoperable, modular and reusable;
  8. Technology will be trialled and adopted to promote better outcomes;

The strategy also signals a change in the central shared services provisioning model administered by the trouble plagued Cenitex.

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