Who we are
The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has been established to assist the Government in guiding, overseeing and driving its digital and ICT transformation agendas. The DTA is an executive agency that sits in the Prime Minister and Cabinet portfolio. The responsible Minister for the DTA is the Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation, the Hon Angus Taylor MP.
The Digital Transformation Agency performs the following key functions:
to provide strategic and policy leadership on whole-of-government and shared information and communications technology and digital service delivery, including ICT procurement policy;
to design, develop, coordinate, deliver and monitor policies, standards, services and delivery platforms for whole-of-government shared ICT and digital service delivery;
to co-ordinate the funding of whole-of-government and shared ICT and digital service delivery platforms;
to manage a whole-of-government ICT program management office which will oversee all significant ICT and digital investments; and
to provide advice to the Minister on whole-of-government and shared ICT digital service delivery proposals.
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