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Singapore, South Korea and Japan have topped the UN E-Government Rankings 2014 for online service delivery, with Australia and New Zealand also performing strongly.
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The Singapore Government has warned that accounts used by residents to authenticate e-government transactions, including income tax records and pension savings accounts, may have been accessed without the users’ permission.
New Zealand government tightens privacy laws to protect personal information. Proposed changes to Privacy Act strengthen powers of the Privacy Commissioner. Fore-shadows stronger investigative powers. Require agencies to “fix problems” involving breaches.
The Nanyang Technological University, one of the biggest universities in Singapore with 33,500 students, has become the first higher education institution in Australasia to achieve the international ISO 20000 certification, demonstrating excellence and best practice in IT service management, CIO Tay Kheng Tiong told FutureGov.
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