The industry’s flagship FutureGov Forum Western Australia, being held Tuesday 5th February 2013 in Perth, is galvanising key stakeholders. Senior government officials, solutions providers, and peak bodies are attending to discuss, debate and deliver an action plan for ICT reforms.
The State Government of Queensland is spending US$1.8 ...
Citizens of Malaysia now need to wait up to three months if they want to apply for a new national identity (ID) card or “MyKad” as the applications have exceeded the authorities’ production capacity due to its popularity.
Australia’s Academic and Research Network (AARNet) launches virtual meeting services for major universities.
Bangkok’s expressway commuters will be able to connect to the internet for free via Wi-Fi within three months, according to Expressway Authority of Thailand Governor Aiyanat Thinapai.
Information and Communications Technology Ministry (MICT) is pushing ahead with its Smart Thailand scheme with planned budget of THB 80 billion (US$ 2.6 billion) to expand a fibre-optic broadband network nationwide.
Thailand has decided to buy up to 900,000 tablet computers from China via a government-to-government contract with payment made in cash and produce for its One Tablet per Child scheme.
A multi-lingual call centre launched to provide citizens easy and quick access to all relevant information about various kinds of government services in Sri Lanka has been receiving 100,000 calls per month.
A leading business school in Switzerland has released the results of its research in its “World Competitiveness Yearbook 2011”, which places Hong Kong at the top of government efficiency rankings, followed by Singapore and Switzerland.
The full list of award winners from the 2010 FutureGov Awards, held in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.
Sri Lanka and Korea topped this year’s FutureGov Awards tally, leading a field that contained more than 800 nominations from 20 different countries, confirming the awards as Asia’s foremost celebration of public sector modernisation.
In what has been billed as the largest project of its kind of the world, the government of India has passed the 10 million mark for issuing electronic driver’s licences. Of the country’s 110 million drivers, nine per cent have now been registered with electronic driving certificates, according to Gemalto, a digital security firm involved in the project.
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