UK’s National Employment and Saving Trust outsources scheme management to third party. Galvanises modestly paid workers and small-to-medium businesses into award-winning programme. Avoids ‘pension-speak’ and simplifies access to 24/7 services.
Australian Taxation Office’s approach to managing its AU$ 1 ...
Australia Post modernises parcel tracking network under an AU$ 71 million project. Initiative beefs up investment in digital platforms, while fast-tracking internet, online and mobile apps for consumers.
The Council of Europe and ICT Agency of Sri Lanka are collaborating to train South Asian law enforcement officers, prosecutors and judges in the field of cybercrime and electronic evidence.
Dubai Roads and Transport Authority has released its ‘Smart Nol’ service allowing public transport commuters to use their mobile devices to pay for trips on Dubai’s metro, buses and water buses.
The Royal Canadian Mint’s foray into a “digital money” pilot project is being showcased at the industry’s 3rd Regional GovCFO Forum Australia being held Monday 2 December in Canberra. Mr Marc Brûlé, the Mint’s chief financial officer, shares insights about financial innovations.
A report released by Qatar’s national ICT policy and regulatory body indicates that the government agencies are lacking risk-based IT security strategies and adequate IT human resources.
Australia’s incoming Coalition government unveils new cabinet, signaling reforms to the finance, communications, and key ministerial portfolios. Financial leadership drives the inner Cabinet.
Governance reforms under spotlight at a flagship GovCFO Forum Australia being held Monday 2 December (Canberra). Finance chiefs represent agencies from the UK, Denmark, Singapore, and New Zealand. Joined by Australian CFOs from top-tier commonwealth and state agencies.
Three months into its launch, Service NSW call centre staff field 2,000 calls a day, accessing information to services. Plans to boost integrated call centre service capability to handling nearly 4,000 calls. Demand exceeds expectations.
Incoming Australian PM, Tony Abbott, says his government is “open for business.” The Commonwealth is revamping its digital engagement strategy, and seeking closer ties with the private sector.
Abu Dhabi, the capital city and seat of federal power of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has set off a campaign to raise public awareness on the government’s electronic services via its Abu Dhabi E-Government Gateway.
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