Technology has fundamentally changed the way citizens interact with government organisations and the level of service and transparency they expect.

In today’s hyper-connected, customer-centric world, government bodies have had to radically adapt their approach to service delivery.

People have become accustomed to services and information being ‘always on’ – accessible from wherever they are, whenever they want. They expect their needs to be met quickly and frictionlessly, and government services are no exception.

At Luminary we have a long history of successful engagements with government departments and statutory bodies. We understand the need to ensure that regulatory requirements are met, and that your digital assets are scalable, reliable, accessible and secure. We are well-versed in dealing with the specific challenges that accompany any government project, from risk and stakeholder management to managing change within your organisation. Our ability to gracefully navigate these constraints and still produce highly innovative outcomes has seen Luminary cement its place as a long-standing and trusted advisor in the public sector.

People Marty Drill




Marty is the CEO and founder of Luminary.

People Adam Griffith



Managing Director

Adam is a trusted advisor for our clients, and welcomes new clients to the Luminary community.

People Andrew Radburnd




As Luminary's Chief Information Officer, Andrew is responsible for the strategy, planning, management and implementation of technical infrastructure for the agency and for our clients.

People Harry Sibenaler



Systems Administrator

As Systems Administrator, Harry is responsible for keeping all the IT wheels turning for both Luminary and our clients.


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