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Digital Portal (Business)

What is a Digital Portal?

A Digital Portal is a way to provide businesses with a single digital access point to government services (for example, through a web browser or mobile app).

Objectives

To consolidate digital access for businesses through centralised, secure, scalable, and reliable portals. This will provide easier access to digital government services and enable a consistent and predictable digital engagement experience for Business.

Domains

This capability is part of the following domain.
DOM10

Business Experience

Designs

The following designs include examples of how digital solutions in this capability can be delivered.
Business Inbox is a digital inbox for business. The inbox and notifications service for business aims to: provide each registered business entity a single business mailbox, enable authorised users to easily access and action mail delivered to the entity’s business inbox, allow businesses to…
business.gov.au is a whole-of-government website for the Australian business community. It is a simple and convenient entry point for information, services and support to help businesses succeed in Australia.
Next tranche of modernisation of the ABS IT infrastructure that underpins its statistical and data business. The program will improve and upgrade existing legacy IT systems to reduce security risk, and improve quality of operations and data outcomes. The program is expected to introduce more timely…
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