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Creating inclusive societies with digital technology

Creating inclusive societies with digital technology

How can governments harness technology to build more inclusive societies and economies? That was the discussion at a gathering of global policymakers and industry leaders. Gulandam Khan reports from the OECD Forum in Paris.

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PwC smart cities

Melbourne, Barcelona, San Francisco: three smart cities changing the world

There are certain perspectives that exemplify what it means for a city to be smart. Chris Vein looks at the places that are successfully building a vision for the future.

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Why we need smart cities

Building a smart city isn’t about firing up all the technology in your municipal arsenal, says Chris Vein. It’s about embarking on a process of endless reinvention.

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Australia has world-class research capabilities. Why aren’t we sharing them?

Nick Spooner unpacks the Productivity Commission’s recent research paper into digital disruption, including a suggestion that opening up research infrastructure could drive productivity growth. Would a sharing economy for science and innovation help transform the Australian economy?

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The promise of digital democracy

From encouraging voter turnout to improving the campaign process, digital technology is playing an ever-larger role in democracy. Nick Spooner discusses this trend and whether fully electronic voting is on the horizon.

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Federal Budget 2016: Stoking the Innovation Agenda

Innovation is high on the government agenda, but is funding set to follow? John Riccio and Kate Eriksson look at some of the ways the 2016 Federal Budget will support the digital economy.

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Government strategy on cyber security: Businesses must unite

The federal government’s new Cyber Security Strategy is here. Is it a step in the right direction, and what does it mean for Australian businesses?

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“You could call us the user experience office”: Key learnings from government transformation

Paul Shetler, the CEO behind Australia’s Digital Transformation Office, explains how the small agency with a big remit is deconstructing government services.

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Tom Puthiyamadam, Global PwC Digital Services Leader

Video: Organisations that adopt a digital-first approach

Where have you seen real value created by organisations that have embraced a digital-first approach? PwC’s Digital Services leaders share case studies from around the world that exemplify a truly digital mindset.

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A brief history of the Chief Digital Officer

As businesses strive for digital transformation, the role of the Chief Digital Officer is rapidly gaining ground. John Riccio explains the evolution of the position, its current state of play – and why the CDO shouldn’t expect to hang around too long.

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