The Royal Malaysian Police is exchanging data with local authorities for the first time to identify and better police crime-prone areas across the country, Nawawi Bin Junoh, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Inspector General Police’s Secretariat (Research & Development) told FutureGov.
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The Thai electricity authority will be able to better track its entire operation across Bangkok and two neighbouring provinces by the end of this year thanks to a new location-based management system, its senior official has told FutureGov.
The City of Kitakyushu in Japan has created an information portal that brings together location-based data from across local businesses, citizens and government.
FutureGov caught up with Sue Fyfe, Director, Geoinformatics and Data Services, Geoscience Australia, to discuss how Australia’s latest open data direction is enabling data.gov.au, and the agencies it works with.
Residents and businesses in Bangkok and two neighbouring provinces will be able to pay their bills via their mobile phones by the end of this year, the Metropolitan Electricity Authority told FutureGov today.
Hong Kong’s roads are among the most heavily used in the world, and when you couple this with the city’s small land area, the network needs a great deal of planning to prevent gridlock.
The biggest challenge for Japan’s open data effort is creating a standardised format for the whole of government to adhere to, Kenji Hiramoto, Executive Advisor to the Government CIO in the Cabinet Secretariat Government of Japan has told FutureGov.
Governments need to make it easier for citizens to get help if they fail to get what they need on government websites, Bruce Eidsvik, Managing Director Asia Pacific, Genesys told FutureGov.
Allowing citizens to see the process of policy making, rather than just the result, helps win over citizens even when they disagree with the final decision, Kenji Hiramoto, Executive Advisor to the Government CIO in the Cabinet Secretariat Government of Japan has told FutureGov.
Social media is more than just a way to waste time: the Japanese Government used it to save lives during the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011. FutureGov has an exclusive interview with Kenji Hiramoto, Executive Advisor to the Government CIO in the Cabinet Secretariat of Japan.
The Malaysian government has saved RM55.73 million (US$17.34 million) over the past five years by managing 285 projects using internal ICT consultants instead of employing private sector consultants, the Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit has exclusively 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 ...