Geological Survey and Mines Bureau, Sri Lanka’s leading agency for mapping geology and exploring mineral resources, is to upgrade its ICT infrastructure to facilitate better reception and dissemination of updated seismic data.
With the intention to monitor and prevent crime, Thai Royal ...
The city region of Eindhoven (SRE), the Netherlands, has announced the first result of its smarter traffic pilot project to analyse data from connected cars together with location data to identify and resolve road network issue.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre in New York, and WellPoint—health insurer have initiated a project with IBM to deploy its Watson supercomputer to work on fighting cancer.
Greenville Utilities Commission (GUC), based in North Carolina, USA has revamped its IT infrastructure to improve operational efficiency and customer service.
The City of Cologne, Germany on January 17 announced the completion of a smarter traffic pilot project to predict and manage traffic flow and road congestion in the city.
Dr Duangta Tancho, Director of Information Technology Centre of Bureau of the Budget, Thailand talks to FutureGov on the country’s e-Budgeting system and how she plans to optimise it.
City of Boston, on January 4, has launched Boston About Results (BAR) programme integrating Performance Management Scorecard to deliver more efficient services to citizens while increasing the accountability of the city officials.
The Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency will set up costal radar stations along the Gulf of Thailand to integrate data for disaster management.
Australia’s peak e-health body, the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA), is helping develop an electronic national product catalogue of medical equipment and consumables.
Major ICT reforms come under spotlight at Australia’s flagship 3rd Annual FutureGov Summit in the nation’s capital, Canberra – with insights from distinguished officials representing agencies in the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Austria, Denmark, Bahrain, Japan and Scotland.
ICT reforms across the three tiers of government – in Australia and internationally – come under the spotlight at the industry’s flagship FutureGov Summit being held 18-19 September in Canberra.
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