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The Public Sector Innovation Network is an Australian government network helping public servants understand and apply innovation in their daily work. We take ideas and solutions from around the world and translate them into something real and useful in an Australian government context.

Innovation Month 2020

Innovation Month is back in 2020, and it’ll be completely online for the first time.

Find out what’s on the program and how to get involved.

Join the network

Our network is made up of Australian public servants and innovation leaders across the private, academic and non-government sectors all around the world.

Membership is free and with it you’ll get:

Although we make innovation something accessible for Australian public servants, membership is open to anyone interested in the innovative things governments are doing around the world.

Curious? Join us today

More innovation events

We put innovation into action through events and activities throughout the year. It’s a great way to learn about creative approaches and meet people applying them inside and outside the public sector.

Sign up to our network to find out what's coming up!

Case studies

Ever wanted to know how human centred design helps you find out what your users actually need? Or how gamification is being used by governments? Or what to do, and what not to do, when hosting an ideas challenge? Our case studies will open you up to a world of ideas and translate them into something you can use in your daily work.

Read our innovation case studies and news

Tools and resources

Connect with us

Want to speak with someone who’s done a human centred design project, or run an ideas challenge? We can connect you with other innovators around the Australian government. Drop us a line at psi@industry.gov.au

Follow us on Twitter for more innovation news and events @PSInnovate

See also

If you can’t find what you are looking for, explore our old website on the National Library of Australia Trove archive.

Last updated: 5 August 2020

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