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The humanitarian group on the importance of cooperation and collaboration
Australian state’s Department of Justice lays down new rules for citizen …
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Senior staff and management at the School of Informatics & IT, Temasek Polytechnic …
The innovations in India’s unique ID number project
On 21 October 2011, Singapore Police Force launched an iPhone app that …
Technologies used by police forces, emergency services and government agencies