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Go with govCMS to built a website for Australian Govt.! If you’re a part of Australian Government then is the platform for building your website and an apt agency to do that job for you! Visit:




Check out ’s new Transparency Portal, . This site is the new central repository of publicly available corporate information for Commonwealth bodies.




We would like to welcome ’s to . This site has a lot of important info on breast cancer including risk factors, statistics and more. Visit the website today to learn more.







Thank you everyone who attended the meetup today. There were some great presentations from the community and really interesting table discussions about how others have been using GovCMS.




The Meetup has just begun. Can’t wait to hear from our case study presenters on the work they have been doing on the platform!






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The latest site to join the platform is ’s . It’s a great tool to help everyone plan for the future









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With the festive season arriving, there will be singing and cheer for all. But why should the shepherds and reindeer get all the good songs?




Some more thoughts about the recent Drupal South/Drupal GovCMS conference in Canberra from Toby Wild!













Day two of the Canberra event. and are members of the panel discussing Open Source for Open Government




Director of everything that's realllly technical and clever at , Co-founder Murray Woodman delivering a talk on squeezing the most from and at 🍿



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Planck Re scores $12M Series A to simplify insurance underwriting with artificial intelligence (TechCrunch)
Planck Re, a startup that wants to simplify insurance underwriting with artificial intelligence, announced today that it has raised a $12 million Series A. The funding was led by Arbor Ventures, with participation from Viola FinTech and Eight Roads. Co-founder and CEO Elad Tsur tells TechCrunch that the capital will be used to expand Planck Re’s product line into more segments, including retail, contractors, IT and manufacturing, and grow its research and development team in Israel and North American sales team.