- Directions and priorities
- Access to government services
- Access to government data
- Services to government employees
- Aligning agency applications
- Standardising enterprise applications
- Defining and reusing authoritative data
- Integrating workflow across government
- Unifying communications and networking
- Securing government information
- Aligning management of commodity software
- Building operational foundations
- Roadmap Overview Key
- Common capabilities
- COE Reference Architecture
- Benefits Realisation
- Checklist for agencies
- Enterprise Architecture
- Communication technologies
- Information and data
- Procurement and ICT contracts
- Trust and security
- Standards / compliance
- Agency Guides
- Government Cloud Business Case 2011 FAQs
- Pre-2009 research
- Previous e-Government Strategy 2006
- The GCIO
The Government Chief Information Officer
The role of the Government Chief Information Officer (GCIO) is to provide leadership on ICT matters within government. The aim is lower cost, higher quality public services.
Government has emphasised the importance of the role, giving a mandate to the GCIO to provide leadership in information and communications technology (ICT) to drive performance improvement across the system. This responsibility spans across the spectrum of technology through to information, data and service delivery improvements.
The GCIO is supported by the Office of the GCIO which provides guidance and support to the ICT Council and ICT Strategy Group.
The Office also leads strategic work in areas such as Open Data, government use of the web and cloud computing, and contributes resources to programmes such as service transformation and early development of ICT investment business cases.