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

Growing Canada

Growing Canada

More than five decades have passed since the IT industry first took root in the rich research and development (R&D)...

July 22nd, 2004 Patricia Pickett

The real drivers of change in public sector procurement

The real drivers of change in public sector procurement

The changes in public sector contracting that are taking place now are not simply a result of the recent onslaught...

May 5th, 2004 Greg Marshall

GPL may be unenforceable under German law

GPL may be unenforceable under German law

German has opened the doors wide open to open source software, with the federal government leading the charge. But users...

August 7th, 2003 John Blau

US gov’t plans to respond to e-mail within two days

US gov’t plans to respond to e-mail within two days

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has launched what it calls the "first comprehensive customer service department for citizens" in...

July 30th, 2003 Grant Gross

Snowed in? Keep working!

Snowed in? Keep working!

The big winter storm that shut down many federal government operations in the District of Columbia didn't hurt Mattress Giant...

February 17th, 2003 Patrick Thibodeau