A South Australian Government initiative to digitise paper forms and save an estimated 850,000 pieces of paper annually has been highlighted in the State of the data and digital nation report, released last week by the Australian Digital Council.
The initiative, launched in 2016, sees expert staff partner with SA Government agencies to help them turn inefficient paper forms into seamless online forms, making it easier for the community and businesses to engage with government services.
The State of the data and digital nation report showcases the progress of a number of other key digital and data initiatives underway across the nation, at both Commonwealth and State and Territory government levels. It highlights potential areas for collaboration between jurisdictions to improve government services for Australians.
To read the State of the data and digital nation report, visit the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet website.