Webcast on Wednesday: how gov.au will impact you

By The Mandarin

Tuesday April 5, 2016

The Digital Transformation Office will hold a forum to answer your questions about the gov.au prototype and what it will mean for you and your department or agency.

The event will be held on Wednesday April 6, 2016, from 10.30am to 11.30am and can be seen here as a webcast.

“We recognise that GOV.AU will be a substantial change to the way government information and services are currently structured and we welcome engagement and feedback from our stakeholders moving forward.

“Last month, the GOV.AU Alpha prototype was made public.

“This is the first small step in GOV.AU’s mission to present government information and services based around the way people look for and use information — rather than around the way government is structured.

“You’ve had a chance to take a look around the prototype and learn more about our research and our content model. We’ll now explain how these changes may affect government and address any questions you may have.

“We recognise that GOV.AU will be a substantial change to the way government information and services are currently structured. We welcome engagement and feedback from our stakeholders moving forward.”

For those in Canberra, you can register to attend in person at 50MC Theatre, 50 Marcus Clarke Street Canberra. There is limited seating.

For everyone else there will be webcast where you can submit questions. Register via Eventbrite and watch the webcast.

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