The draft provides advice on the future management and use of ICT by government and how the Victorian Government can design and use information and technology to deliver better services.
The public consultation is for just over two weeks, finishing on 17 October.
The strategy sets out objectives and actions focused in three key areas and proposes eight principles to guide ICT decision making (per the chart below).
While not focused on Government 2.0, the draft strategy takes into account the increasing digitalisation of communications, expectations of citizens and the need to increasingly co-design and co-produce policy and service deliver programs and to design code for reuse, as well as the need to embed innovation within ICT and release more public data.
To learn more and to leave comments, visit www.vic.gov.au/ictstrategy/