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澳大利亚政府对区块链进行了新的尝试,并建立了公务员网络

2020-11-26 12:45

 

澳大利亚政府正在与新加坡试行区块链技术用于政府间文件交换,这是一系列支持区块链努力的最新举措。它紧跟着建立了一个新的网络向公务员推广区块链。


11月23日,澳大利亚边境部队与新加坡海关和新加坡信息通信媒体发展局合作,推出了区块链贸易试验,以测试数字验证系统。ABF专员Michael奥特拉姆解释说,这次审判将有助于贸易和合规记录的数字化,他补充说:


“这一倡议将把无纸化交易和安全、数字化的贸易信息交换纳入澳大利亚贸易单一窗口的未来架构和设计中。”

澳大利亚工商总会(Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry)、澳大利亚工业集团(Australian Industry Group)以及澳大利亚和新加坡的金融机构(包括澳新银行(ANZ))将参与这项试验。


边境部队将把该项目的调查结果送交供应链工作小组。该试点项目是由工业、科学、能源和资源部门的Chloe White领导的全国区块链路线图的一部分。


11月5日,根据区块链路线图,DISER还推出了澳大利亚公务员区块链网络。


怀特上周解释说,这个网络是“揭露那些对区块链感兴趣的公务员”的一种方式。区块链爱好者社区将向任何对这项技术感兴趣的公务员开放。


“这是实现全国区块链路标七:提高全APS意识的第一步。”

今年10月公布的联邦预算中,500万美元用于两项“分布式账本技术计划”,另外480美元用于区块链集成项目。


为了应对澳大利亚30年来的首次经济衰退,政府的参议院特别委员会在9月份发布了一份报告,预测区块链技术将在澳大利亚的金融和监管部门得到大量应用。该报告广泛地引用了区块链这个词,有50多次被引用。

 

The Australian government is trialing the use of blockchain technology for inter-government document exchanges with Singapore as the latest action in a series of pro-blockchain efforts. It follows hot on the heels of the establishment of a new network promoting blockchain to public servants. 

On Nov. 23 the Australia Border Force launched a blockchain trade trial in collaboration with Singapore Customs and Singapore Infocomm Media Development Authority to test digital verification systems. ABF Commissioner Michael Outram explained that the trial will help digitize trade and compliance records, adding:

“This initiative will incorporate paperless trading and secure, digital exchange of trade information as part of the future architecture and design of an Australian Trade Single Window.”

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Australian Industry Group, and financial institutes across Australia and Singapore, including ANZ, will take part in the trial.

The Border Force will convey its findings from this project to the Supply Chain Working Group. The pilot program is part of the National Blockchain Roadmap led by Chloe White from the Department of Industry, Science, Energy, and Resources.

On Nov. 5, DISER also launched the Australian Public Servant blockchain network in line with the Blockchain Roadmap.

White explained last week that the network is a way to “uncover who are the public servants that are interested in blockchain.” The community for blockchain enthusiasts will be open to any public servants that are interested in the technology.

“It’s a first step in delivering on Signpost seven of the National Blockchain Roadmap: raising awareness across the APS”

This year’s federal budget announced in October, $5 million was earmarked for two “distributed ledger technology initiatives”, with a further $480 allocated to projects that could benefit from blockchain integration.

In response to Australia’s first recession in 30 years the government’s Senate Select Committee released a report in September that predicted significant adoption of blockchain technology within Australia’s financial and regulatory sectors. The report extensively reference blockchain with more than 50 citations of the word.

 

来自: cointelegraph