https://www.tenders.gov.au/ has alot of useful information and an export data feed (https://www.tenders.gov.au/?event=public.reports.listCNWeeklyExport) but it isn't easily accessable and the licencing isn't very friendly. Only 500 records can be downloaded per search; this is about a quiet day's worth of data. This kind of information has been very useful in other mashups such as http://www.usaspending.gov/ and http://data.octo.dc.gov/... more »
This would be a good set for research if it was made available for use, currently all the raw data is locked up and not available apart from what is published in the SOFR.
Includes weekly and monthly statistics of:
Current ED activity
ED triage attendances and waiting time
Hospital bed usage and availability
These are currently published in a combination of PDF, MS Word and MS Excel formats depending on the type of data within each statistics set.
http://www.psma.com.au/products/administrativeboundaries.cfm The Administrative Boundaries dataset comprises five themes: * Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) boundaries * electoral boundaries * local government areas * suburbs/localities, and * state boundaries. The ABS boundaries theme includes three layers—collector districts, statistical local areas and urban centre localities. The electoral... more »
APIs or RSS feeds for jobs within Australian Government. Potential syndication with the other 'big three' job sites, not to mention the authoring agencies.
If government wants to hire the best people, they could look at widening the scope of reuse of their core job advertisements.
Release the timetables and stop locations from PDF maps and HTML tables from www.action.act.gov.au. Consider adoption of the Google Transit data structure.