We can implement complex business rules on a variety of technology platforms, to help your agency apply policies more consistently and efficiently.
To help agencies improve the efficiency of public administration by leveraging technology.
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Nick has 13 years experience working in legal, policy and technology roles, including as a policy advisor at a central agency, tax advisor at a large accounting firm, and as a technology consultant at one of the world's largest software companies. At GovLawTech, he has helped several government agencies leverage technology to implement diverse regulations, including for environmental protection and employee entitlements. He has degrees in accounting and law from ANU and a Masters of Taxation Law from the University of Sydney.
Our services focus on helping your organisation exploit technology to implement your policies and comply with applicable requirements.
Independent, objectively justified advice on:
We review your existing systems down to the source code level to ensure compliance with:
We implement your business rules with the appropriate technology via
The Tang dynasty in ancient China implemented a meritocratic civil service complete with entrance examinations, recognising that bureaucrats required special skills.
Clause 29 of the Magna Carta, signed by King John in 1215, expressed the idea that law should govern a nation, not arbitrary decisions of government officials.
Homo Habilis, an ancestor of modern day Homo Sapiens, developed stone tools 2.8 million years ago to improve the efficiency of hunting and food preparation.
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In his speech 'Reflections on 10 years as Auditor-General for Australia', Ian McPhee identified 'Policy/systems implementation under pressure' as a 'soft' area in government administration.
'Government will lead by example in using ICT to reduce costs, lift productivity and develop better services.' - Coalition Policy for E-Government and the Digital Economy
'The APS will use ICT to increase public sector and national productivity by enabling the delivery of better government services for the Australian people, communities and business, improving the efficiency of APS operations and supporting open engagement to better inform decisions' - APS ICT Strategy
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