What you need to know when using this website.
We provide this website to inform the public and to provide guidance to government agencies and their suppliers.
We frequently update our content — please return to the site as required to ensure you have the latest advice.
The material on this website may include the views or advice of third parties. It also includes links to external websites.
These do not necessarily reflect:
- the views of the DTA or of the Australian Government
- our commitment to a particular course of action
We are careful when choosing external website links. However, we are not responsible for the information on them.
We do not necessarily endorse the information. Please make your own decision on how accurate, current and reliable the information is.
Security of our websites
We apply a range of security controls to protect our websites from unauthorised access. However, you should be aware that:
- the World Wide Web is an insecure public network
- there is a risk that your transactions may be seen, intercepted or modified by third parties
- downloadable files may contain computer viruses, disabling codes, worms or other devices or defects
The Commonwealth accepts no liability for any interference with or damage to your computer system, software or data occurring in connection with, or relating to, this website or its use.
You should take appropriate and adequate precautions to prevent damage to your computer system, software or data. See how by visiting Stay Smart Online.
With the exception of the Commonwealth Coat of Arms and where otherwise noted, all material presented on this site is provided under the latest Creative Commons Attribution licence.
Use of the Coat of Arms
Guidelines for use of the Coat of Arms are published by the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.
The DTA acknowledges the UK Government Digital Service for material that has been adapted from the UK Government Service Design Manual.
Anyone using this material should note that it includes public sector information licensed under the UK Open Government Licence v2.0 and v3.0.
Social Media Moderation Guidelines
The Moderation Guidelines apply to all social media accounts managed by the Digital Transformation Agency.
The Moderation Guidelines are in addition to the Terms of Service of each social media platform.
Social media accounts are only moderated during business hours.
The Australian Government has strict guidelines on discrimination and intimidation. We will not respond to, or accept content, which is irrelevant, pornographic, discriminatory, hateful or threatening, and actions which may offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate.
When contributing your questions and comments, we encourage you to:
- Protect your personal privacy and that of others by not including personal information about yourself or others (such as names, email addresses, private addresses, or phone numbers). Posts or comments containing personal information will be hidden or removed.
- Post material that is relevant to the topics and issues being discussed, particularly if you are seeking a response from the Department.
- Represent your own views and do not impersonate or falsely represent any other person.
We will never respond to, but may report, remove, or block posts or users that:
- Abuse, harass or threaten others.
- Racially or religiously vilify others.
- Incite, induce, or aid violence, discriminate, harass, victimise or provoke hatred towards others, or are likely to offend, insult or humiliate others, particularly on the basis of their race, colour, descent, national origin, religion, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation or any disability.
- Make defamatory or libellous comments.
- Use insulting, provocative, or hateful language or images.
- Use obscene or offensive language or images.
- Use material that infringes the intellectual property rights of others.
- Are multiple versions of the same view to the forum.
- Promote commercial interests.
- Promote personal and professional interests.
- Are overtly party-political comment (e.g. reference to candidates, fundraisers, support for political parties).
- Incite, encourage, or make reference to conduct that may constitute a criminal or civil offence or otherwise violate Australian law.
We encourage you to have open and honest discussions whilst being respectful of your fellow users.
The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) uses social media to share information, engage with stakeholders and to promote the outcomes of policy and programs.
The primary social media accounts for the DTA are:
These accounts are managed by the Corporate Branch. Contact email@example.com if you have feedback or concerns.
Get in touch
If you have any questions you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 6120 8707.