The United Nations emphasises the importance of statistics in APAC policy development in preparation for the data revolution.
Employees of the Department of State Development Business and Innovation ...
Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission has officially opened its Do Not Call Registry today. Singapore residents who do not want to receive telemarketing messages on their phones can register their numbers for free.
Hamilton City, New Zealand’s fourth most populous city of 150,200 residents, is investing in a new national water data collection and management system.
Technology has enabled India’s Ministry of Finance to identify tax evaders by constructing a 360-degree financial profile, said Minister of Finance P. Chidambaram on Tuesday.
The White House has published successes from a number of big data federal initiatives that the Obama Administration announced last year.
The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning and the National Information Society Agency opened its first ‘Korea Big Data Centre’ for the public sector last month to promote data analytics in government and private sector as part of its goal of becoming a data-driven creative economy.
China’s Research Institute of Highway Ministry of Transport is piloting a big data platform, designed to quickly understand traffic situations, accurately analyse passenger flow and taxi operations and get real-time insights to make fact-based decisions in the four major Chinese cities - Beijing, Kunming, Chongqing and Tianjin.
According to an announcement by Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), since it launched the revamped eCitizen portal last September, traffic to the site grew by 65 per cent and success rate of searches tripled.
The United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) is supporting the improvement of Ho Chi Minh’s city’s (HCMC)’s water supply network through a US$593,660 Technical Assistance (TA) grant that aims to improve Saigon Water Corporation’s (SAWACO) strategic ICT implementation plan.
Glasgow, the largest and most populous city in Scotland with close to 600,000 residents, will be making more data available real-time to the public.
The digital government of the future will be open, mobile and connected, with a seamless flow of information and processes across increasingly rich service chain, said Debra Bordignon, Chief Technologist, Innovation Leader, Office of the CTO, Enterprise Services, HP APAC and Japan at the recent FutureGov Summit 2013.
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