Programmes and projects
A variety of work programmes illustrate the NZ government’s digital transformation. Examples include improvements to digital inclusion and identity, and payroll systems.
Web Accessibility Guidance project
New guidance is being created to make it easier for practitioners to understand how to meet the New Zealand Government Web Accessibility Standard.
The digital inclusion work programme intends to lead, connect and support a coordinated approach to various digital inclusion work across New Zealand.
Improving government payroll systems
The Government Chief Digital Officer (GCDO) worked with Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment on a work programme to improve government’s payroll systems.
Digital Identity Programme
The Digital Identity Programme has worked with digital identity providers, people and organisations using their services, iwi, and government information holders to design a safe, decentralised, and user-centric approach for managing the exchange of digital identity information.
Government Cloud Programme
The Government Cloud Programme promotes the use of cloud services by the public service. This will help advance New Zealand’s digital agenda and the digital economy.
Digital Government Partnership Innovation Fund
The Digital Government Partnership (DGP) Innovation Fund was a $5 million contestable fund that invested in digital and data innovation in the public sector.