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  • IBM to Open Government Tech Center

    Following the lead of Microsoft, computer titan IBM will open a computer science lab aimed at the government sector in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington. The company anticipates bringing together IBM staff with public sector employees to develop solutions for homeland security and e-government.
  • India opens Center of e-Governance in New Delhi

    The center would provide the visitor an opportunity to experience different e-services as well as digitally record his / her impressions of the CeG

    The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology today announced that it has launched a Center of e-Governance (CeG) in New Delhi to disseminate awareness about e-Governance initiatives in the country.

  • India: Centre of e-Governance opens in capital over 10600 crore sanctioned for NeGP Projects

    A Centre of e-Governance (CeG) has come up in capital New Delhi to disseminate awareness about e-Governance initiatives in the country. The upgraded centre was opened today by the Minister for Communications & Information Technology, Thiru A. Raja in the premises of the Department of Information Technology, the Electronic Niketan. Minister of State for Communications & IT, Mr. Jyotiraditya M. Scindia was also present on the occasion. The CeG enhancement plan is a part of the "Awareness and Communication " activity under NeGP and seeks to bring the achievements under NeGP under one umbrella for the information of citizens. The Centre will provide the visitor an opportunity to experience different e-services as well as digitally record his / her impressions of the CeG.

  • Österreich: Wien wird Zentrum für E-Government

    Lösungen für EU-Beitrittskandidaten

    Siemens bündelt seine E-Government-Kompetenzen in Wien. Der Konzern wird zusätzlich zu den bereits bestehenden Einrichtungen eines seiner drei "Center of Competence" für E-Government in Wien ansiedeln.

  • Siemens bündelt seine E-Government-Kompetenz in Wien

    Lösungen vor allem für EU-Beitrittskandidaten

    Siemens bündelt seine E-Government-Kompetenzen in Wien. Der Konzern wird zusätzlich zu den bereits bestehenden Einrichtungen eines seiner drei "Center of Competence" für E-Government in Wien ansiedeln. Das neue Zentrum soll vor allem den EU-Beitrittskandidaten seine Dienste anbieten. Aktuell werden die Anforderungen der EU-Beitrittskandidaten erhoben.

  • Siemens bündelt weltweite E-Government-Kompetenz in Wien

    Schwerpunkt Lösungen für EU-Beitrittskandidaten

    Bei Siemens Business Services in Wien wird ein weltweites Kompetenzzentrum für E-Government angesiedelt. Es soll die Erfahrung des Unternehmens im Bereich E-Government bündeln und das Know-how für Projekte auf der ganzen Welt zur Verfügung stellen.

  • UK: Centre for eDemocracy set to launch

    The International Centre of Excellence for Local eDemocracy (ICELE) is set to be formally launched this autumn.

    The Centre’s ambition is to help local authorities improve two-way engagement with communities by providing best practice advice, support and practical solutions, focusing on the use of technology.

    ICELE has been in development since early this year and has been designed to take forward the work of the eDemocracy National Project, as well as create new solutions to drive up eParticipation rates. Lichfield District Council will support the development of ICELE as the responsible authority for the Centre.

  • UK: Regional Centres of Excellence: Green light for plans to unlock millions in council efficiencies

    Councils are set to benefit from plans agreed by the Regional Centres of Excellence (RCEs) designed to unlock millions of pounds in local government efficiencies. All nine regional directors have given their backing to the principles behind the national procurement programme which is set to transform local government procurement and make major efficiencies in the billions spent each year by the sector on goods and services.
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