Last updated: 7 February 2019
We’ve developed a new NSW Digital Policy Landscape tool to help navigate digital policy in NSW, and to identify priorities, gaps and areas of opportunity for future policy development. We also hope the Landscape will enable transparency and accountability in how digital government is conducted.
The alpha version is available below for review and feedback. Over the coming months we’ll be working to add to the Landscape to develop a more comprehensive overview of how digital government is operated in NSW.
The Landscape currently focuses on digital government policies and strategies owned by the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation. It also includes several elements from other departments that we identified while we were developing it.
How to use the Landscape:
- Use the buttons at the top of the map to cluster the elements and identify relationships
- Click on the three vertical grey dots to the left of the map to display information on a selected element, or to minimise the information box
- Use the drop-down lists on the bottom right of the map to filter the elements
- Use the search bar at the top right-hand corner of the map to search for a keyword/policy/element etc.
- Right click an element to bring up additional functionalities, such as “focus” to zoom in on an element
- To reset the map view, right click on the map and select “refresh / reset view”, or press “Z” on your keyboard
In this alpha version, we’ve included policies and strategies that touch on information and data, ICT, cyber, cloud, and other technologies. We may expand this list in future versions.
Please explore the Landscape and if you are aware of any policies that fit under this scope that are not currently included please let us know. We welcome any and all feedback!
Download the data behind the Landscape from Github
Read more about what digital government means to us.
For feedback or questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.