The government plans to “accelerate the implementation of the GovPass program” as it injects $92.4 million into the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA).
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The government has earmarked $316.2 million over four years as it works to digitally transform the welfare payment system.
Peter Dutton’s controversial Department of Home Affairs, which was established in December, is set to receive $130 million, including $94 million in capital funding to improve its IT capability.
The government has ringfenced $700,000 of the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) budget to explore the use of blockchain for 'government payments'.
The government is hoping to boost Australia's artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning capabilities with $29.9 million in funding over four years for projects that make use of the technologies.
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