The SGNr social value, which connects people with information and services, has been in the making since last year when it was announced that it would open its doors to the public.
While it had initially been expected to launch in early 2018, its launch date has been pushed back to early 2020.
The portal has now launched in three states: Queensland, NSW and Victoria.
While the launch of the portal is a big boost for the state’s economy, the rollout of the Sgnr social portal in the states has been slow.
It is not just the state governments, however, that have been slow to launch their social value portals.
According to the Bureau of Statistics, the number of people who use the SGR for their own personal purposes has been growing in Queensland, and NSW, and even Victoria, but in the ACT, it is slowing.
The Bureau of Industry and Financial Services says that the number in the four states increased by just 0.7 per cent in the year to March.
According for the ACT in April, its population was just 2,836,000, but it has grown by 1.5 per cent since the beginning of April, according to the figures.
“The ACT population is expected to reach a peak of around 40,000 by 2020 and then decline to the national average of around 17,000 people by 2030,” the ABS says.
The number of SGNRs in the six states has grown, but that has not kept pace with the growth in the number.
According the figures for Queensland, the state is the only state that has seen growth in its population and SGNrs.
“We are seeing a very strong increase in the use of Sgnrs across the state, but the rate of growth in Queensland is far higher than the rest of Australia,” Ms Loughlin said.
“But this is not happening in Queensland.” “
The ABC’s Dr Michelle Loughlock reports.”
But this is not happening in Queensland.”
The ABC’s Dr Michelle Loughlock reports.