Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2016-17
Annual report 2016-17
Northern Territory. Department of Corporate and Information Services
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Annual Report 2016-17 | Department of Corporate and Information Services 43 ACHIEVEMENTS MOVEMENTS BETWEEN ESTIMATE AND ACTUAL 2016-17 Stage gate reviews undertaken reflects increase in agency ICT projects. Major projects overseen by the ICT Governance Board increase due to additional projects from key policy initiatives and project activity in agencies. MOVEMENTS BETWEEN ACTUAL AND 2017-18 BUDGET Major projects overseen by the ICT Governance Board reflects future projects anticipated to be commencing as a result of the annual agency survey. 2017-18 estimate may need to be revised. Cyber security programs delivered following the success of the first Cyber Security Awareness Program in 2016, the program is being expanded to a month format to enable increased participation. Digital projects reflects anticipated activity. TREND ANALYSIS COMMENTS Major projects overseen by the ICT Governance Board growth follows introduction of the Northern Territory Government ICT Governance Framework in 2014 and reflects agency activity. Performance Achievements in 2016-17 COMPLETED Aligned to Description of achievement Digital SP BP Established the Office of Digital Government after an extensive consultation process with stakeholders within and external to government. SP BP Prepared and submitted an ICT Issues Paper for DTBIs Economic Summits. SP BP Provided digital content for DIPLs 10 Year Infrastructure Strategy. SP BP Conducted industry engagement for the Digital Territory Strategy and consulted with NTG agencies on digital actions. SP BP Prepared Discussion Paper: towards a digital strategy for the NT. BP Incorporated most agency websites into the new NT.GOV.AU website shared design environment. BP Assisted agencies to develop new mobile responsive websites to support communications initiatives and improve site functionality for mobile device presentation. BP Developed and implemented websites to support communication campaigns and consultation activities, including SA-NT initiative, Fracking Inquiry and Territory Day. BP Implemented workflow management tools for online content and site development tasks to improve tracking, reporting and new testing approaches to improve website governance and inform ongoing improvements. SP Assisted DTBI in establishment of the ICT Innovation Centre in Darwin, jointly funded by the NTG and Australian Government. ICT Governance BP Implemented a reporting portal for agencies to provide regular status updates on their major ICT projects. BP Conducted the 2016 survey of agency ICT proposals and major projects. BP Developed a database of lessons learnt from ICT projects for use by agency project teams. Cyber BP Conducted a Cyber Security Awareness week in October 2016 to increase user awareness both within the NTG and local business community. Our Reporting Symbols: SP Strategic Plan BP Business Plan IP Innovation Program
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