The Federal Government has released a policy for the provision of telecommunications in new developments.The policy will make infrastructure delivery more efficient and innovative by helping network providers compete better.

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.

The Digital Business website provides practical guidance for small businesses and community organisations to establish and enhance their online presence.

The Australian Smart Communities Association (formerly known as Broadband Today Alliance) is a collaborative alliance of local government, RDA and Regional Organisations of Councils (ROCs) built on the premise of sharing information and advocating for the resources to assist the localised transition to a digital economy.

The National Cloud Computing Strategy was released in 2013 to promote the smart adoption of cloud services.

The Digital Hubs program is helping communities gain the digital literacy skills needed to effectively participate in the digital economy.

The Digital Local Government program helps local governments enhance their online services and maximise the benefits of high-speed broadband. The aim of the program is to bring about significant improvements in the quality, availability and speed of local government services.

The Australian Government STAY SMART ONLINE website helps protect your business and personal financial information online. Learn online safety and security for your business.