The Philippines has launched a central database to help local ...
Challenge launched to encourage citizens to contribute to design process
Citizens of Hong Kong and Singapore will be able to use automated immigration clearance services when visiting each others’ cities.
New South Wales (NSW) state in Australia will crowdsource solutions from private and non-government organisations to address the most pressing problems in the state.
Singapore’s Economic Development Board (EDB) has announced plans to develop smart solutions for energy management and control, smart grids, energy storage and integration of renewable energies.
The Japanese government is now turning to satellite images to better track its agricultural lands, on top of the maps it has been maintaining over the years.
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The Philippines is integrating open data provisions into the draft Freedom of Information (FOI) bill, the Open Data Philippines team has announced, to bridge gaps in demand and supply of information.
An open source approach enables government IT to be interoperable and customised to suit local needs, according to Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Red Hat.
Melbourne’s new Safe City Strategy has set out priorities for the next three years, focussing on increasing CCTV, improving the design of public spaces, and better communication with citizens.
The city of Seoul, Korea, has today set out a four year blueprint of investment and reform.
Makati City in the Philippines has been using geographic information systems (GIS) for urban planning for almost a decade now, and plans to further improve its use of the technology, Merlina Panganiban, Head of Urban Development has told FutureGov.
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 ...