Keeping an open mind on Open Source

Keeping an open mind on Open Source

“Keep an open mind on open source,” is a dictum that captures the Canadian government’s position on Open Source software...

October 28th, 2004 Joaquim P. Menezes

Next e-gov’t step: CRM for the people

Next e-gov’t step: CRM for the people

The next major challenge for e-government in New Zealand is to focus on the needs of the customer rather than...

April 14th, 2004 Stephen Bell

Next e-gov’t step: CRM for the people

Next e-gov’t step: CRM for the people

The next major challenge for e-government in New Zealand is to focus on the needs of the customer rather than...

April 14th, 2004 Stephen Bell

IP an unknown quantity for N.Z.

IP an unknown quantity for N.Z.

As moves to commercialize government-owned software gather pace, the question arises - how much intellectual property the state can call...

March 15th, 2004 Mark Broatch

National address database pinpoints properties

National address database pinpoints properties

The 2006 Australian national census will be among the many beneficiaries of a new government database that helps translate addresses...

March 9th, 2004 Steven Deare

NZ centralizes e-authentication for gov’t services

NZ centralizes e-authentication for gov’t services

NZ centralizes e-authentication for gov't servicesNew Zealand's government is to spend US$1.37 million developing a centralized system for electronically authenticating...

August 13th, 2003 No Author

Consortium places focus on promoting dependable software

Consortium places focus on promoting dependable software

As part of the Sustainable Computing Consortium (SCC), Dr. William Guttman is on a mission to transport software users to...

March 6th, 2003 Ryan B. Patrick

E-gov’t application center gets backing

E-gov’t application center gets backing

A plan for public-private collaboration in application development is getting support from two key directions.The co-chair of the New Zealand...

February 16th, 2003 Anthony Doesburg

A simple language for a simple solution

A simple language for a simple solution

A unique partnership between a provincial ministry and Microsoft Corp. has resulted in an XML-based address change service that has...

January 31st, 2003 Blair McQuillan