Welcome to GoDigitalQld - Queensland Digital Economy Strategy and Action Plan

The Queensland Government is now in caretaker mode until after the state election. Minimal updates will be made to this site until after the election results are declared.

Through GoDigitalQld, the Queensland Government is encouraging the use of digital technologies by government agencies, business and individuals, to create business opportunities, promote economic growth and improve the lives and lifestyles of Queenslanders.

This interactive engagement space is regularly updated with digital updates and opportunities. Some of the ‘digital’ updates and opportunities that have been delivered:

  • The Digital Skills for all Queenslanders roadshow visited regional towns to enable participants the opportunity to get hands-on with digital technologies, learn about digital skills, understand the benefits that digital inclusion can bring to a community and hear from experts and real life practitioners about their own digital journeys. Click here for more information on the events.

  • Building your digital capability – Digital Scorecard
    Work out your digital score to find out if your organisation is destined to thrive, succeed and compete in the global marketplace.
    Understand how digitally prepared your organisation is by taking Queensland Government’s free, confidential online assessment and receive a Digital Scorecard.
    You will also:
    - gain tips on how your organisation can improve its digital capability
    - be able to compare your organisation with other similar ones in your region and industry
    - be notified about Digital Business Workshops in your area to help improve your digital score.


FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DISCUSSION PAPER ON DEVELOPING A NATIONAL‘DIGITAL ECONOMY STRATEGY’

The Australian government has recently announced that it will develop a national ‘Digital Economy Strategy’ which will focus on ways that governments, businesses and the community can adjust to seize the benefits of digital transformation. The government has released a discussion paper entitled: The Digital Economy: Opening up the conversation (available at: https://industry.gov.au/innovation/Digital-Economy/Documents/Digital-Economy-Strategy-Consultation-Paper.pdf), and called for submissions by 30 November 2017.

The Australian government is encouraging us all to read the discussion paper and share views on some, or all, of the topics or 22questions. We encourage interested parties to visit http://industry.gov.au/digitaleconomy to share views, to get more information, or to sign up for strategy updates. You can contact the Australian government by emailing: digitaleconomy@industry.gov.au. Alternatively, you can contact them by mail – the address is Digital EconomyStrategy Team, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, GPO Box 2013.Canberra ACT 2601.

If you would like to share your ideas with the Hub Community please use 'Your Stories' below.


Queensland Digital Economy Strategy

The Queensland Government is currently compiling and analysing the final report for the ‘Queensland Digital Economy Strategy and Action Plan’ (GoDigitalQld). The Strategy and Action Plan has served as a roadmap to using digital technologies, digital content and innovative services to boost Queensland’s productivity and connectivity. Ourfinal report will provide an overview of what has been achieved and we hope to be able to share this with you soon.


Nominate a community digital champion – NOW OPEN!

Do you know someone who could help others be more digitally savvy in your community?

Nominate them for the Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions program.

Champions will come from all walks of life. They can be any age and represent any industry, community or demographic group. In some cases, Champions will be individuals who have simply seen a need and found a digital solution. They may not have had a background in digital technologies.

Champions will be voluntarily conducting activities in their communities to help improve Queensland’s digital literacy and digital adoption.

Visit www.qld.gov.au/digitalchampions to find out more.


Tell us about your experiences regarding the use of digital technologies and how they are helping Queensland industry, businesses, communities and individuals.

Share Your Stories.


G o D i g i t a l Q l d


The Queensland Government is now in caretaker mode until after the state election. Minimal updates will be made to this site until after the election results are declared.

Through GoDigitalQld, the Queensland Government is encouraging the use of digital technologies by government agencies, business and individuals, to create business opportunities, promote economic growth and improve the lives and lifestyles of Queenslanders.

This interactive engagement space is regularly updated with digital updates and opportunities. Some of the ‘digital’ updates and opportunities that have been delivered:

  • The Digital Skills for all Queenslanders roadshow visited regional towns to enable participants the opportunity to get hands-on with digital technologies, learn about digital skills, understand the benefits that digital inclusion can bring to a community and hear from experts and real life practitioners about their own digital journeys. Click here for more information on the events.

  • Building your digital capability – Digital Scorecard
    Work out your digital score to find out if your organisation is destined to thrive, succeed and compete in the global marketplace.
    Understand how digitally prepared your organisation is by taking Queensland Government’s free, confidential online assessment and receive a Digital Scorecard.
    You will also:
    - gain tips on how your organisation can improve its digital capability
    - be able to compare your organisation with other similar ones in your region and industry
    - be notified about Digital Business Workshops in your area to help improve your digital score.


FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DISCUSSION PAPER ON DEVELOPING A NATIONAL‘DIGITAL ECONOMY STRATEGY’

The Australian government has recently announced that it will develop a national ‘Digital Economy Strategy’ which will focus on ways that governments, businesses and the community can adjust to seize the benefits of digital transformation. The government has released a discussion paper entitled: The Digital Economy: Opening up the conversation (available at: https://industry.gov.au/innovation/Digital-Economy/Documents/Digital-Economy-Strategy-Consultation-Paper.pdf), and called for submissions by 30 November 2017.

The Australian government is encouraging us all to read the discussion paper and share views on some, or all, of the topics or 22questions. We encourage interested parties to visit http://industry.gov.au/digitaleconomy to share views, to get more information, or to sign up for strategy updates. You can contact the Australian government by emailing: digitaleconomy@industry.gov.au. Alternatively, you can contact them by mail – the address is Digital EconomyStrategy Team, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, GPO Box 2013.Canberra ACT 2601.

If you would like to share your ideas with the Hub Community please use 'Your Stories' below.


Queensland Digital Economy Strategy

The Queensland Government is currently compiling and analysing the final report for the ‘Queensland Digital Economy Strategy and Action Plan’ (GoDigitalQld). The Strategy and Action Plan has served as a roadmap to using digital technologies, digital content and innovative services to boost Queensland’s productivity and connectivity. Ourfinal report will provide an overview of what has been achieved and we hope to be able to share this with you soon.


Nominate a community digital champion – NOW OPEN!

Do you know someone who could help others be more digitally savvy in your community?

Nominate them for the Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions program.

Champions will come from all walks of life. They can be any age and represent any industry, community or demographic group. In some cases, Champions will be individuals who have simply seen a need and found a digital solution. They may not have had a background in digital technologies.

Champions will be voluntarily conducting activities in their communities to help improve Queensland’s digital literacy and digital adoption.

Visit www.qld.gov.au/digitalchampions to find out more.


Tell us about your experiences regarding the use of digital technologies and how they are helping Queensland industry, businesses, communities and individuals.

Share Your Stories.


G o D i g i t a l Q l d


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