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Indian marriage registrations going online

The Dehli government’s revenue department plans to launch an online system for citizens to register their marriages.

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Australia plans new framework for better government performance reporting

The Australian government has proposed a new performance reporting framework ...

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Singapore launches online national child care registration system

Singapore parents can now search online and register for suitable ...

12 September 2014 | News

Agriculture Department to process all import documentation online

The Australian Department of Agriculture’s new online system for lodging imported cargo documentation launched yesterday, aiming to save commercial importers and customs brokers time and money.

11 September 2014 | News

Creating more value from your Open Data initiatives

Christopher Thomas, Government Markets Manager, Esri, believes that departments need to move beyond transparency and accountability as drivers for Open Data initiatives - and start focusing on the benefits to citizens.

11 September 2014 | News

Philippines targets startup growth as part of ICT innovation plan

The next big thing in business is actually quite small. Like many countries in the region, the Philippines sees startups as a key part of its economic future.

11 September 2014 | News

New Zealand spends US$2.5m on expanding patients’ digital access to health records

New Zealand’s National Health IT board will spend US$2.5m on expanding patients’ online access to their medical records and doctors’ appointments.

11 September 2014 | News

Turbocharging learning success with gamification and data analytics

Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology, a three-campus university of 18,700 faculty and students in Canada, has seen student engagement rates soar as a result of gamification - using the Brightspace integrated learning platform from learning technology company D2L.

10 September 2014 | News

Jakarta forms team to assess officials’ performance, starts competitive testing

The government of Jakarta is forming a team of senior officials to assess the performance of civil servants across the city administration.

10 September 2014 | News

India-Singapore city partnership makes progress in Andhra Pradesh

India’s plan to call on Singapore’s experience of city management has made progress in the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh, where officials have requested advice on the development of a new capital city.

10 September 2014 | News

Singapore to track residents’ waste disposal in new high-tech housing estate

A new public housing estate in Singapore, launching next year, will install sensors to monitor residents’ waste disposal, it has been announced. The housing authority will then analyse the data collected to deploy resources for waste collection.

10 September 2014 | News

New mobile app for Hong Kong public library users

Hong Kong residents can now use library services on the go with a new mobile app called My Library.

10 September 2014 | News

How this capital city developed a ‘dashboard of data’, mobile apps to serve its citizens and better itself

The hot, crowded streets of Buenos Aires heave with people every weekday, when the population of the city doubles from 3 million residents to 6 million commuters in the Argentinian capital.

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