The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) launched a smartphone application for users of the city’s newest transit option, the Citi Bike Share programme.
The National Emergency Management Agency, South Korea, has deployed video collaboration solutions to improve communication and collaboration among its teams throughout the country.
The Department of Science and Technology and the University of the Philippines announced yesterday that they will be leveraging the world-renowned IBM Blue Gene supercomputer to support key priority R&D projects focused on reducing poverty.
The State Government of Andhra Pradesh has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Google India to train engineering students in the state in latest technologies such as mobile development and cloud computing.
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has launched a mobile application to help people worldwide access resources for learning English on simple mobile devices.
Starting July 2013, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will make hundreds of digital publications available to millions of people free-of-charge, thanks to its recent implementation of an Open Access Policy.
New Zealand’s Minister for Internal Affairs, Chris Tremain, fast-tracks the government’s citizen engagement efforts – under a new strategy that galvanises core agencies.
The achievements of Indonesia’s public sector have been highlighted in the first national FutureGov Awards - with eleven winning organisations over fourteen categories announced at an awards ceremony at the close of the annual FutureGov Forum Indonesia conference yesterday.
An interactive soil mapping website driven by advanced Geographic Information System (GIS) technology supports Australia’s land management and future sustainability.
The Department of Transportation and Communications and the Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board are inviting technology firms to submit IT-based proposals to help them address issues caused by illegal operations of buses and other public utility vehicles, or what is locally known as “colorum”.
The Architectural Services Department launched today a mobile app called “ARCHITOUR” which seeks to incite greater appreciation for the unique architectural characteristics of Hong Kong’s Government buildings.
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