The shortlisted government agencies for the Digital Inclusion category of the annual FutureGov Awards have been announced - with departments from Indonesia, Malaysia, The Philippines and Singapore making it through to the final stage.
Government agencies in Singapore will appoint Chief Information Security Officers ...
Singapore’s Infocomm Development Authority is hosting a competition for ...
The Australian Government has proposed setting up a panel of suppliers in December which will be continuously refreshed so that new products and vendors can be added.
Inconsistent service levels and frustrated citizens forced the municipal authorities of New Taipei City to act - by creating a sentiment analysis tool that enables them to respond to the complaints of citizens.
Singapore’s Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong, recently announced plans for the city to build an “ops centre” in his National Day Rally speech, following the example of Rio De Janeiro in Brazil. But what does an ops centre do - and are there any in the region?
Chennai, the fourth largest city in India, has launched a new software that recognises images of people on CCTV cameras and tracks their movements.
Thailand’s government cloud has saved more than 30% of costs for hosting e-government services and internal government systems, Sak Segkhoonthod, President and CEO, told FutureGov.
Open source solutions provider, Red Hat, will be hosting its annual Asia Pacific forums over the next two months to address pain-points and share strategies with public sector agencies and businesses interested in open source.
Agencies from Indonesia, Thailand, Australia and Singapore have been shortlisted in the Connected Government category for 2014 FutureGov Awards.
A US county improved traffic congestion and ease of parking for citizens and businesses by setting up an integrated system and wireless internet access. The project involved the cooperation of state and city organisations, and private companies.
Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, Singapore and New Zealand government departments have it through to the final stage of the 2014 FutureGov Awards for the E-Government category.
The Government of Thailand has approved the development of a website that will bring together services across all of its agencies, and is scheduled to be completed in three years, Sak Segkhoonthod, President and CEO of Thailand’s E-Government Agency, 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 ...