LGAQ manages the majority of Queensland local government websites and provides services to support traditional communications functions and an ever-growing capability in both new media and data analytics.
The LGAQ has continued to refine its services to keep pace with what Queensland communities want. Increasingly, this means building the capacity and capability of local governments to keep pace with the expanding presence of digital services in the day-to-day lives of community members.
Ultimately, all our endeavours are about making sure LGAQ members have access to the best possible tools, services and insights to continue doing the best job they can serving their community.
Our partnership with Jadu
As local governments’ digital footprint continues to grow, the LGAQ is making a substantial investment to better support councils which will significantly change the way LGAQ provides digital services to its members.
Jadu powers many of the UK’s local authority websites, including Birmingham City Council, Europe’s largest local authority. The partnership will support the Association’s fifth, and most significant, technical upgrade to the technologies that power the majority of council websites in Queensland, delivering new capabilities and tools for councils.
It’s more than just a website upgrade, the new Jadu platform will build connections for councils, empowering teams to tell great local stories.