Our strategies and initiatives are designed to make it easier for the NSW community, government agencies and industry to access government information and services. Here are some of the latest strategies and initiatives within DFSI.
Governments at home and across the world are increasing the number of online services available to citizens.
From having your say on billion dollar infrastructure projects, to renewing your driver’s licence, to finding a school for your first child; more and more people are using digital channels to communicate with government.
Better regulation leads to a better-performing economy, makes it easier to start and operate a business, increases the competitiveness of doing business in NSW, and improves customer satisfaction with government services.
The NSW Data Analytics Centre facilitates data sharing between agencies to inform more efficient, strategic, whole-of-government evidence based decision making. It does that by leveraging internal and external partnerships so that the right capabilities, tools and technologies are applied.
The Corporate Shared Services Reform Program provides sector-wide support to NSW government agencies in the reform of their corporate and shared services (CSS) operations. The program assists to consolidate and standardise their CSS functions, reduce operating costs, improve efficiency and reduce risk by providing implementation accelerators including methods, processes, tools and knowledge.
Government Data Centres (GovDC) provides two world-class data centres in Silverwater and Wollongong to enable consolidation of all 130 existing Government data centres. These centres which are purpose built, modern, reliable, energy efficient and secure will support the new approach to buying and using ICT services