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Keeping Queenslanders in focus

The Queensland Government is predicting millions of dollars a year in savings with a new digital strategy released on 6 September that puts people at the heart of government services.

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DIGITAL1ST: making our vision a reality

Learn how we're designing services that use digital technologies to create the biggest benefits for you, your government and Queensland's economy.

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Starting a Café

Our Starting a Café pilot has made it easier to open a food business by joining up services across government and reducing the time it takes to find permits and licences from a week to 10 minutes.

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Better hospital experience

Our new Digital Hospital Program gives clinicians real-time patient information which improves the safety and quality of care for patients, and faster treatment so they can get home sooner.

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Green turtles thrive

Green turtles are thriving as a result of the Raine Island Recovery Project. Collecting data via drone technology ensures there’s minimal impact on the surrounding environment.

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Faster data saves lives

Public safety agencies in South East Queensland are using some of the best technology available in Australia when responding to emergencies, making them a safer and better resourced force.

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