Based in our Singapore office, Kelly regularly speaks to policy makers and government CIOs about how technology is transforming the public sector.
Her speciality areas are education technology, big data, mobile government, future cities and tax & payments. Being a true blue Singaporean, she is also passionate about government modernisation projects in Singapore.
Kelly has a degree in Business Management, with a double major in Law and Marketing from Singapore Management University. She lives for good food, pink scooters and the underwater world.
Motorola has sold its Enterprise business to avail resources and attention that will be channelled to government and public safety customers, according to Motorola Solutions Chairman and CEO Greg Brown.
The Singapore government will be leveraging the opportunities provided by Big Data, sensors, cloud and open data to improve productivity and citizen services, while ensuring information security, said Zaqy Mohamad, Member of Parliament & Chairman for the Government Parliamentary Committee, Ministry of Communications and Information, Singapore.
The Land Transport Authority of Singapore has been using its highly sophisticated and integrated Intelligent Transport System to collect, process and disseminate real-time data, said Chang Mook Choong, Deputy Director of Intelligent Transport Systems Development Division at the Cities and Big Data Summit.
Mobile, social, cloud and Big Data are the four mega technology trends that open up ample opportunities for government organisations, said Stefan Sjostrom, Vice President Asia, Public Sector, Microsoft this morning at Cities and Big Data Summit organised by FutureGov.
In an exclusive interview with FutureGov, Vichai Bandasak, Mayor of Pakkret City, a Thai city with a population of about 80,000, shares his challenges on managing the City’s flood crisis and how technology plays a part.
The Ministry of Education in Singapore is now preparing for the fourth Education Master Plan. According to Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Education, education must equip students with the necessary competencies to race with and not race against technology.
The Land Transport Authority of Singapore has invested S$68 million (US$54 million) in a new unified Intelligent Bus Management System for operations control, fleet management, passenger information and business management.
The Australian Department of Health has upgraded its over-the-counter medicines online application system to simplify the application process for businesses.
Republic Polytechnic, a tertiary institution in Singapore with 15,000 students, will be working with Popular e-Learning to enhance the quality and effectiveness of interactive digital learning solutions to keep pace with the evolving learning needs of students.
Access to open data is one of the key focus of the ‘Smart London Plan’ by the City Hall, with an aim to evolve the London Datastore into a global exemplar platform by 2016 and double the number of users on the Datastore and Dashboard by 2018.
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