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New Zealand New Zealand is 13th (a notch lower) in Global e-Government Ranking
Waseda University study lists areas to focus on to make it to the top 10.
Indonesia Challenges in e-Government Implementation
With over 250 million people, Indonesia has the world’s fourth-largest population and the largest in Southeast Asia. While the government’s vision for information and communications technology (ICT) is “to bring into reality a modern information society, prosperous and highly competitive, with strong support from ICT”, the current development is still a long way off this goal.
Australia Australia: Going Digital Will Save Government, Aussies Billions
We Australians have still not fully embraced the use of online channels to transact with government, including for completing tax returns, passport or drivers’ license renewals and benefit payments.
Australia Australia: Digital Transformation Could Save Australian Governments $26.6b
Australians conduct approximately 800 million transactions with federal or state government departments every year, with 40 per cent of these transactions still completed via phone or post according to a new Deloitte report.
Thailand Thailand: Health Insurance Being Pushed by NRC
MILLIONS OF Thais will lose their right to many kinds of free medical treatment under the universal healthcare scheme, if a proposal pushed by the National Reform Council (NRC) committee on public health is passed.
Thailand Thailand: CDC Will Set Up Commission to Drive Reform
THE CONSTITUTION Drafting Committee (CDC) has agreed to set up a national strategic and reconciliation commission to drive national reform as suggested by the Cabinet, CDC spokesman Kamnoon Sidhisamarn said yesterday.
Maldives Maldives: 'Ready to Face Adversity from Within and Without'
At a special reception held to commemorate Maldives’ 50th Independence, President Yamin said that there are wealthier nations that seek to penetrate and cause domestic discord in the Maldives. He said that introducing ideologies that oppose the conventions of this society is something to be concerned about.
Maldives Maldives: Greatest Relic of Independence
However, it is of more significance to Maldivians, for it was the golden pen used to sign the agreement that secured the independence of Maldives 50 years ago.
India India: Govt Strives for Non-Discriminatory Access to Internet
The government is committed to the fundamental principles and concept of net neutrality, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in a written statement to the Rajya Sabha. The minister added that the government strives for non-discriminatory access to internet for all citizens of the country. “The committee constituted by the government on net neutrality has submitted its report to the Department of Telecom (DoT). The report has been uploaded on website of DoT and MyGov portal for comments and ...
India India: ‘Make in India’ Sees 48% Increase in FDI Equity Inflows
The launch of ‘Make in India’ initiative has seen an increase in FDI equity inflows by 48 percent, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told the Lok Sabha in a written reply. “After the launch of ‘Make in India’ initiative in September 2014 there is 48 percent increase in FDI equity inflows during October 2014 to April 2015 over the corresponding period last year. A positive response has been received from within the country and globally for the ‘Make in India’ initiative,” Sitharam ...
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