The prioritisation process involves an assessment of each proposal against six criteria.
- Ease of individuals’ engagement with Government
- Efficiency for businesses, industry and other organisations
- Government productivity
- Government reputation
- Government future readiness
- Secure Government systems
The extent to which the proposed digital or ICT investment supports or enhances the reputation of the Government, enhances privacy and security, builds trust and confidence in Government, or minimises or mitigates risks that would damage government reputation. Investments that might score well against this criterion include those which:
- increase the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of information and systems in all stages of the service or system lifecycle
- increase the supportability or resilience of public facing or sensitive information, products, services, or systems
- enhance National Security, including cyber and data security
- provide quantifiable risk mitigation for systems that are at risk of critical failure, extreme or high risks to the Government’s reputation.