City of Edmonton CIO Chris Moore continues on two major ...
Jose M. Alonso, Open Data pioneer at the World Wide Web Foundation and co-chair of the national Open Data initiative in Spain, shares with FutureGov his perspectives on how governments can build long-term and sustainable Open Data ecosystems.
In an exclusive interview, Chris Moore, CIO at the City of Edmonton in Canada, talks about the key drivers behind the City’s open government and “anytime, anywhere” workspace initiatives and what he sees as the most important technologies CIOs will have to reckon with in the future.
Starting July 2013, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will make hundreds of digital publications available to millions of people free-of-charge, thanks to its recent implementation of an Open Access Policy.
In a bid to make information generated and stored by the Federal Government more open and accessible, the White House unveiled a new Executive Order and Open Data Policy which declared information as a “valuable national asset” that should be made easily accessible to the public.
The University of SouthHampton, one of the leading research universities in the UK, announced the establishment of an Open Source Geospatial Laboratory which aims to support the growing demand for the development of open source geospatial software technologies, trainings and expertise across various industries.
Mark Bohannon, Vice President for Corporate Affairs & Global Public Policy at Red Hat gives his take on how governments are now actively becoming participants in the open source community, as opposed to simply being purchasers of IT solutions.
FutureGov continues our conversation with Lee Kee Siang, CIO and Director, Technology & Innovation, at the National Library Board (NLB), Singapore, to discuss the growing importance of data sharing and analytics.
Gunnar Hellekson, Chief Technology Strategist for Red Hat’s US Public Sector Group, shares his thoughts on why Open Source is the best form of citizen participation and why its crucial in fostering a culture of innovation.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the worldwide web, joined Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude in welcoming eight new countries to the Open Government Partnership (OGP) during their Ministerial Steering Committee meeting in London yesterday.
Electronic Government Agency, Thailand yesterday announced the registration of two new domains; data.go.th and apps.go.th, to be an open data and a cloud-based application centre websites for the government.
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 ...