EXCLUSIVE: OpenGovLive! Virtual Breakfast Insight – Reconnecting and Engaging Citizens in the New Norm
Delegates from the public sector and tech experts convene to discuss how to leverage transformational technology to create personalised, engaging and citizen-centric digital experiences in the new norm.
Increased ICT spending in FY2021 to accelerate Government digitalisation; SMEs will be eligible to participate in close to 83 per cent of available contracts.
The “Land of the morning calm” often competes with Singapore and Tokyo for the top spot when it comes to smart cities in Asia.
A new interactive digital map allows users to see where high-poverty communities are located with relation to internet usage patterns and access to computers and related equipment.
The worst eruption in the Philippines caused massive damages and dozens of people perished during the eruption. DOST-Phivolcs launched a volcano advisory application that alerts the public about imminent eruptions.
The funding package has been revealed ahead of the next NSW government budget and includes a wide range of measures to cut the upfront costs of electric vehicles for early adopters, a commitment to transition the entire government vehicle fleet to all-electric models by 2030.
To take advantage of the benefits of digital labour platforms, the Philippine Institute for Development Studies has emphasised the importance of improving workers’ knowledge and skills in ICT and the internet.
As the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates the adoption of digital technology, it has become a necessity for Taiwanese government agencies and private businesses to thrive in the new normal.
The Australian government released its Artificial Intelligence Action Plan to accelerate the development and adoption of AI and outlines four key focus areas to position Australia as a global AI leader.
Biofilters that break down methane can be an important step towards the cost-effective reduction of the climate footprint in New Zealand from dairy cows.