The Data Integration Partnership for Australia (DIPA) is building critical data assets, including Better Health and Aging Data, Data Exchange, National Education Evidence Base, Secure Information Sharing Capability and Digital Transformation in National Security program.
Better Health and Ageing Data
The Department of Health’s Better Health and Aging Data is a secure storage facility for health and aged care data. The data can be accessed for reporting and research purposes, with tools for performing data discovery and validation of acquired data.
The Department of Health is delivering the Better Health and Ageing Data project to enhance data capabilities to better target health services for individuals and communities, and contribute to long-term health reforms. It will improve the management and access to health and aged care data, and will expand the availability of data and enhance the ability to host linked datasets.
Enhancing Data Exchange
The Department of Social Services is enhancing its Data Exchange (DEX) to provide critical evidence to assess whole-of-government social policy and program effectiveness. DEX
commenced on 1 July 2014 and is a data collection, sharing, analysis and reporting service, designed for client-facing government-funded programs.
DEX is being extended to deliver whole-of-government location-based client-level outcomes data. DEX enables data‑driven insights for the design and evaluation of new policy development and service delivery models. These targeted polices will deliver better outcomes for Australian citizens to meet current and emerging community needs.
National Education Evidence Base
The National Education Evidence Base (NEEB) is building organisational capability and supporting a robust source of education data for policymakers, educators, individuals and the community. It will securely connect data assets from the education sectors to improve accessibility of data and information across the department.
NEEB will enable more effective use of education data from across program areas and sectors, and will bring together data to inform the development, and evaluate the effectiveness, of programs, policies and practices.
The Department of Education and Training is delivering the NEEB.
Secure Information Sharing Capability
The Secure Information Sharing Capability (SISC) is enhancing the ability of the APS to collaborate, exchange, analyse and visualise data to support government decision‑makers through improved accuracy, quality and timeliness of information.
The Department of Finance is delivering the SISC project.
Digital Transformation in National Security Program
The Digital Transformation in National Security Program is complementing the modernising and transformative benefits expected from the DIPA by investigating similar capabilities across the national security community.
The Office of National Intelligence is delivering the Digital Transformation in National Security Program.