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 Inland Revenue of New Zealand has launched a mobile app competition to improve transactions and services for its small business customers.
Dubai has launched a ‘Smart City’ strategy that will transform 1000 government services and focus development in six key areas namely transportation, infrastructure, communications, financial services, urban planning and electricity, announced His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
The Traffic Police Department of Bangalore City, India’s third most populous city with 9.6 million people, has launched a mobile application this week for motorists to get real-time traffic updates, report road incidents, and check their fine records.
Singapore Police Force will soon broadcast even more timely alerts on its Twitter account and set up an official Instagram account, Fong Weng Kiong, Assistant Director (Policy & Development), Public Affairs Department, Singapore Police Force told FutureGov.
All major bill-issuing government departments in Hong Kong will enable online receipt and settlement of bills by 2015.
The entire student admission process at Nanyang Technological University, one of Singapore’s largest universities with over 33,000 students, has gone completely paperless.
Hong Kong Government has identified five key initiatives in its development as a Smart City, said Financial Secretary the Hon John Tsang last Wednesday during the 2014-15 Budget Speech.
The Directorate of Information Technology, Government of Maharashtra, the second most populous Indian state with a population of 112 million, has released four mobile applications for citizens.
Transport for New South Wales has released a mobile app to alert motorists as they enter a school zone to stay within the speed limit, announced Roads Minister Duncan Gay.
Hong Kong Education Bureau will launch a consultation exercise on the ‘Fourth Strategy on Information Technology in Education’ soon, announced Chief Executive CY Leung (pictured) last month.
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