Big IT projects fumbled by feds, says Auditor General

Big IT projects fumbled by feds, says Auditor General

When it comes to the management of large IT projects the federal government is failing, according to Auditor General Sheila...

January 14th, 2007 Lisa Williams

Australian gov’t CIOs battling a three-headed beast

Australian gov’t CIOs battling a three-headed beast

Implementing a successful e-government strategy is like battling the Chimera, a three-headed mythological beast, according to the former deputy CIO...

October 26th, 2006 Sandra Rossi

Sun execs shine in Second Life virtual

Sun execs shine in Second Life virtual

Sun isn’t shy about taking advantage of new Internet technologies — it was one of the first firms to launch...

October 26th, 2006 Jennifer Mears

Govt agencies not clear on ICT buying plans

Govt agencies not clear on ICT buying plans

Vendors will have a tough time meeting the fed's ICT needs in the 06-07 financial year, because not all agencies...

July 4th, 2006 Sandra Rossi

Ride matching portal eases Ottawa commutes

Ride matching portal eases Ottawa commutes

The City of Ottawa and Transport Canada are hoping theenvironment and commuters in Ottawa-Gatineau will reap benefitsfrom the newly launched...

June 4th, 2006 Melissa Mancini

The ins and outs of up and down

The ins and outs of up and down

Does the push to consolidate IT services across the federal government mean administrative civil war? Maybe; maybe not.This much at...

December 6th, 2005 Richard Bray

India may be headed for ‘do-not-call’ registry

India may be headed for ‘do-not-call’ registry

India's Supreme Court has begun discussions with the federal government, five mobile operators and several banks in response to litigation...

February 7th, 2005 John Ribeiro

Canada

Canada

The Government of Canada has to radically rethink its business processes - putting the citizen at the centre of its...

October 18th, 2004 Joaquim P. Menezes

Time to turn the page

Time to turn the page

Canada’s political leaders from provincial and federal levels meet this month to discuss health care reform. At issue is nothing...

September 14th, 2004 Jeffrey Roy