The New Zealand government announces US$11.4 million funding ...
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The New Zealand Treasury will launch an update of its “NZ Budget app” on Thursday to include a new user interface and interactive features, as part of the Government’s continuing efforts to interact with citizens online.
Damien Wong, Red Hat’s General Management for ASEAN shares his thoughts on why leveraging the hybrid cloud can help the public sector keep up and manage new and emerging global risks.
The School Education Department (SED) of the Tamil Nadu State Government revealed plans to adopt the use of Geographic Information System (GIS) to improve the management and decision-making capabilities of schools
In a bid to make information generated and stored by the Federal Government more open and accessible, the White House unveiled a new Executive Order and Open Data Policy which declared information as a “valuable national asset” that should be made easily accessible to the public.
The University of SouthHampton, one of the leading research universities in the UK, announced the establishment of an Open Source Geospatial Laboratory which aims to support the growing demand for the development of open source geospatial software technologies, trainings and expertise across various industries.
Mark Bohannon, Vice President for Corporate Affairs & Global Public Policy at Red Hat gives his take on how governments are now actively becoming participants in the open source community, as opposed to simply being purchasers of IT solutions.
Starting 10 June 2013, Steven Leonard will be taking the helm as the executive Deputy Chairman of the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore together with Jacqueline Poh, the newly appointed Managing Director.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Microsoft Corporation unveiled the finalists of the “Apps for Asia” Redesigning Development Programme during ADB’s 46th Annual Meeting in India on 4 May 2013.
The National Transport Commission launched recently a pilot trial of its project which aims to monitor the driving capabilities of inter-provincial buses by using Global Positioning System (GPS).
Land Information New Zealand revealed plans to launch two new online services which aims to help both businesses and the general public gain a more convenient and cheaper way to access land records, crucial for those considering on buying or selling property.
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