The Australian Government has signed a deal with Acquia to deliver an open source content management system, govCMS, for its websites, John Sheridan, Government CTO has announced.
Singapore parents can now search online and register for suitable child care centres for their children using a new centralised system.
The Australian Department of Agriculture’s new online system for lodging imported cargo documentation launched yesterday, aiming to save commercial importers and customs brokers time and money.
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New Zealand’s National Health IT board will spend US$2.5m on expanding patients’ online access to their medical records and doctors’ appointments.
Hong Kong residents can now use library services on the go with a new mobile app called My Library.
The White House has announced the appointment of a new Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Deputy CTO to advise on big technological trends and privacy issues.
The Indonesian government has officially launched its open data portal today, starting off with 700 datasets from 24 agencies.
The Government of Malaysia is crowdsourcing ideas for its 2015 Budget, which will be tabled on 10th October.
E-budgeting, e-catalogues and e-auditing are the three most powerful weapons in the fight against corruption, announced Joko Widodo (Jokowi), the incoming Indonesian President who assumes office next month.
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