This research report by Tech Research Asia, delivers an analysis of the current adoption of mobility technologies and strategies among Australian government agencies across local, state and federal levels. It uses the results of a survey of 150 government CIOs, IT decision makers and influencers which investigated their use and intentions concerning mobile technologies.

What’s in this Report?
This report was authored to provide a snapshot of Australian Government agencies’ view of mobility development issues.

Sponsored by BlinkMobile Interactive, this TRA report delivers a comprehensive analysis of the results of a survey of 150 Australian government organisations conducted in the first quarter of 2013. Participants in the online survey were required to have responsibility or knowledge of the organisation’s mobility strategy and implementation.

Respondents were from a diverse mix of Government entities including Federal Government agencies (9.6%), State Government agencies (23.3%), Local Government Authorities (63.0%) and Government Owned Enterprises (4.1%).

This report blends a mix of survey responses and TRA’s view of the Australian enterprise mobility landscape and is divided into a number of sections:

  • Devices: Overview of findings and comments around the Government mobile device environment.
  • Projects: Overview of Government agencies’ views of project developments and resources.
  • Implementation: Timeframes & Resources – Overview of research findings regarding project timeframes and focus
  • Recommendations for Technology and Service Providers and Buyers

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