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South African gov’t approves Convergence Bill

South African gov’t approves Convergence Bill

The South African Department of Communications (DOC) this week announced that the cabinet has approved the Convergence Bill. According to...

December 4th, 2003 Computing South Africa Staff
Gov’t goes it alone on security reporting scheme

Gov’t goes it alone on security reporting scheme

In its latest move to protect critical infrastructure, the Australian federal government yesterday launched a secure Web site to report...

December 4th, 2003 Sandra Rossi
U.K. city council opts for Linux

U.K. city council opts for Linux

Another U.K. city council has joined the list of organizations opting for Linux. The Dundee, Scotland, City Council has chosen...

December 2nd, 2003 Maxwell Cooter
New Zealand e-government model catches eyes

New Zealand e-government model catches eyes

Employing a single e-government body to coordinate agencies is a sensible approach that's attracting international attention to New Zealand, said...

December 2nd, 2003 Stephen Bell
Technology, transparency and trust

Technology, transparency and trust

In seeking the trust of Ontarians, the campaigning premier of Ontario promised to expand the scope of transparency throughout government....

November 30th, 2003 Jeffrey Roy
It takes three to tango

It takes three to tango

For Canada and Canadians to thrive in a global economy, we need a culture of excellence, innovation and productivity that...

November 30th, 2003 Hershel Harris
A blueprint for success

A blueprint for success

The move toward a national system of electronic health record (EHR) solutions in Canada has taken a long step forward....

November 30th, 2003 Patrick Shaw
Federal government invests in rural connectivity

Federal government invests in rural connectivity

The Government of Canada announced a strategic initiative to extend broadband Internet connectivity to the nation's most remote communities via...

November 11th, 2003 CIO Governments Review staff
From the Editor-in-chief

From the Editor-in-chief

Damn Spam!Spam has been a nuisance for years, but recently it has reached epidemic proportions. From all accounts the daily...

October 26th, 2003 John Pickett
Computer theft shakes Revenue Canada

Computer theft shakes Revenue Canada

Police have begun an investigation into the theft of computer equipment from a Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) office...

September 29th, 2003 Carly Suppa