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.
The Hong Kong government has pulled together 120 types of data from various government departments into a single digital map that the public can access on their mobile devices.
The Singapore government has announced plans to host a regional centre to coordinate large-scale humanitarian assistance and disaster relief efforts.
Adelaide City is developing an innovation space to enable entrepreneurs to develop and test new ways for everyday devices to communicate via the internet.
Singapore parents can now search online and register for suitable child care centres for their children using a new centralised system.
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.
Hong Kong residents can now use library services on the go with a new mobile app called My Library.
Officials from Thailand’s Treasury Department can soon update information on the use of state land more accurately and efficiently on the field with a new geographic information system (GIS).
The shortlisted government agencies for the ‘FutureCity of the Year’ category of the annual FutureGov Awards have been announced - with departments from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore making it through to the final stage.
Sanjay Jacob, Global Head of the US$4B Cloud & Enterprise businesses for the Worldwide Public Sector organisation at Microsoft Corporation, speaks to FutureGov about how cities can unlock the potential of data.
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.
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 ...