UK OGC launches government procurement graduates scheme

UK OGC launches government procurement graduates scheme

The U.K. Office of Government Commerce has launched a recruitment scheme aimed at developing more public sector procurement specialists.The government...

April 18th, 2007 Tash Shifrin

Question and Answer with Andrew Pinder

Question and Answer with Andrew Pinder

Andrew Pinder, former e-envoy for the U.K. government, recently assumed the role of senior vice-president, global solutions, for Dallas-based Entrust...

December 14th, 2006 Lisa Williams

Why public sector IT projects fail

Why public sector IT projects fail

What makes big-ticket public sector IT projects so uniquely predisposed to fail?Two new recent reports from the UK highlight political...

October 3rd, 2006 Sue Bushell

Portals innovate in face of Web apps

Portals innovate in face of Web apps

Companies are asking for more functionality in portals, says BEA Systems Inc., but Web-enabled enterprise applications are making portal software...

May 18th, 2004 Stephen Bell

France outlines plans for electronic administration

France outlines plans for electronic administration

The French government has unveiled a four-year plan to put more national and local government services online. Project ADELE (Administration...

February 8th, 2004 Peter Sayer

Gartner: non-US groups seek alternative to MS

Gartner: non-US groups seek alternative to MS

By David LegardIDG News ServiceGovernments and businesses outside the U.S. are leading the push to find alternatives to Microsoft Corp....

May 15th, 2003 No Author

State government looks at open source law

State government looks at open source law

Government departments in the state of South Australia will be required to use open source software in preference to proprietary...

May 7th, 2003 Rodney Gedda

Here

Here

By Alex BinkleyThere's little doubt these days that the reality of private-public partnerships in Electronic Service Delivery, or ESD, has...

May 1st, 2003 No Author

Engagement can be scary, DG says

Engagement can be scary, DG says

When it comes to e-government it isn't the technology that scares public servants - it's the thought of citizen engagement.That's...

April 1st, 2003 Blair McQuillan