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Automation and virtualisation help Australian Treasury CIO do more with less

The Australian Treasury had 15 per cent of its budget cut in the last two years. But its CIO, Peter Alexander, continues to meet rising demands with fewer resources, delivering real business benefits to the agency.

Western Australia focuses on public sector accountability

The industry’s flagship 3rd Annual FutureGov Forum Western Australia ...

Citrix delivers desktop virtualisation for Singapore public health staff mobility

Singapore Health Ministry’s IT arm, Integrated Health Information Systems ...

26 March 2014 | News

Philippine agency CIO updates on anti-corruption financial management information system

The Philippines Government Integrated Financial Management Information System will embed transparency in day-to-day government operation, reveals Department of Budget and Management Undersecretary and CIO, Richard Moya, as US$20 million is added to funds for the system.

25 March 2014 | News

Maldives Government CIO reveals best e-Government projects

The National Centre for Information Technology of Maldives celebrated its 11th anniversary today. FutureGov speaks to CIO Mohamed Shareef on NCIT’s greatest achievements and future plans.

18 March 2014 | News

Indian President stresses financial management and ICT modernisation for efficient government

Timely financial and accounting data and modern ICT tools are key for achieving higher efficiency and better planning in government, Indian President, Pranab Mukherjee, told aspiring civil servants.

10 March 2014 | Feature

How can banks teach governments about innovation?

Steve Monaghan, former Managing Director and Chief Innovation Officer at DBS Bank, notes the importance of information as a driver of innovation. Organisations should think about how they can make things simpler for their customers and how they can introduce new things in a familiar way.

4 March 2014 | Research

5 key technology trends every government CIO needs to know

A report spotlighting on five key IT trends that every government CIO needs to know.

27 February 2014 | News

New Zealand government appoints new Education CIO

Ministry of Education New Zealand has appointed Stuart Wakefield as its Chief Information Officer with effect from March onwards.

21 February 2014 | News

New Australian guidelines reveal fresh approach to citizen data privacy

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has today released the Australian Privacy Principles guidelines in preparation for the upcoming changes to privacy law from 12 March. The 13 new Principles reveal significant changes to the use and disclosure of personal information.

14 February 2014 | News

London Metropolitan Police launch digital strategy

London’s Metropolitan Police Service has launched its vision of how it will use technology to transform crime fighting in the capital city and become “the first truly digital police force”.

14 February 2014 | News

Hong Kong plans second government integrated data centre

Hong Kong’s GCIO has announced that the Government is looking for a site for its second integrated data centre facility, while the first such facility is expected to be ready in 2019.

6 February 2014 | Interview

New Zealand city CIO shares ICT transformation agenda

CIO of Wellington City Council, Channa Jayasinha, reveals to FutureGov the drivers, strategies and technologies behind the Council’s ongoing ICT and business transformation programme.

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