The Hong Kong Society for the Aged has launched a mobile app ‘Evergreen Activity Finder’ to encourage connectivity and the use of ICT among the elderly, said Chief System Manager (Digital Inclusion) Huang Jingwen.
In a key step towards making online public services more ...
As the volume of data collected by governments continues to grow, it is now increasingly challenging to find relevant content in a uniform way.
Australian Minister for Human Services Senator the Hon Marise Payne visits one of two Mobile Services Centres last week as the team kicks off their first trip of 2014.
One year since the publication of UK’s Digital Strategy, the Government’s annual review shows that sound progress has been made in the key areas that it had set out to transform. It has also reiterated commitment to digital inclusion and open government in its Digital Strategy.
The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) of Hong Kong will be providing public WiFi services at selected hospitals and clinics of Hospital Authority (HA) as part of its 2014 Digital 21 Strategy.
Najib Razak, Malaysia’s Prime Minister and President of the ruling party United Malays National Organisation, has urged his party members to leverage social media to engage with citizens.
Vietnam’s third largest city, Hai Phong, has recently joined several other cities in the country to provide free WiFi to its visitors and 1.9 million residents.
A post event report highlighting key insights from CFOs across the region at FutureGov’s annual GovCFO Summit 2013.
The Singapore government is committed to make more government datasets on data.gov.sg and OneMap available to public and to release them in machine-readable formats, said Lim Soo Hoon, Permanent Secretary (Finance)(Performance), Ministry of Finance yesterday.
As part of the Hong Kong Government’s efforts to make sure all citizens are able to enjoy the transformational benefits of ICT, the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) launched a funding scheme that aims to encourage tech communities to develop digital inclusion applications.
Pakistan’s Ministry of Information Technology is expanding its network of Universal Telecentres from 35 to 500, looking to deliver e-services, promoting ICT literacy and distance education in rural areas of the country.
In a visit to Ngee Ann Secondary School yesterday (22 July), FutureGov found students deeply ...
The Infocomm Development Authority and Ministry of Education of Singapore have initiated plans to introduce ...
Ngee Ann Secondary School’s students are on a bid to “change the world” with ...