Right to Know Day (28 September 2016) is an international annual event which aims to increase awareness of individuals’ right of access to government information and open, transparent governance.

The NSW State Awards was held Friday night, 16th September 2016, at Sydney’s Stone and Chalk venue.

With the help of Australia 3.0 we are trying a new approach to catalyse ideas into collaborative action. Throughout August to December we’re hosting a Directed Hack around two Wicked Policy Challenges.

Statement of rights and responsibilities for open data users.


GovHack is Australia’s largest annual open data and open government hackathon competition.

Real-time public transport apps have transformed the daily lives of millions of NSW commuters.

Welcome to the new NSW Government Open Data Blog – your one stop shop for emerging trends and issues in the Open Data space!

Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation Victor Dominello has launched the 2016 NSW Government Open Data Policy and Action Plan.

Have your say on how the NSW Government can further support the dynamic innovation eco-system in NSW.

Centres of Excellence are custodians of strategic information assets, they provide leadership to develop data and information management capability across NSW public sector.