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  • Brunei: Developing Local Human Resource Capabilities Vital To Nation

    As Brunei is finalizing its long-term e-Government Strategic Master Plan for 2009-2014, several future challenges have been identified and need to be addressed, especially in relation to the issue of developing local human resource capacity in both the public and private sectors.

    The Deputy Minister at the Prime Minister's Office Dato Seri Paduka Eussoff Agaki who is also the e-Government Leadership Forum (EGLF) chairman said this in his opening remarks during the e-Government Strategic Master Plan Industries Engagement discussion yesterday at the }damn International Hotel.

  • Brunei: Dialogue on e-Government

    Frequently asked questions and related issues to the planning and implementation of the e-Government in the Sultanate, were brought to the table during yesterday's dialogue session, which was co-organised by BIT Secretariat, e-Government Procedural Work Group and the University of Brunei Darussalam.
  • Brunei: Digital Answer To Housing Prayers

    Those who had been unhappy and desperately restless over long delays and miscommunication when it comes to realising their dream of owning a government house during their lifetime, can now breath a sigh of relief as a one-of-a-kind e-Government project has come to their rescue.

    The Housing Development Department has conducted e-SIKAP project - a Housing Development Information System under e-Government projects.

  • Brunei: Driving Licence, Road Tax Being Upgraded

    Bruneians may be able to get their hands on the new driving licence within this year, provided the relevant policy work is in order, an IT system supervisor at the Land Transport Department shared yesterday.

    The licence will potentially hold security features that will increase the authenticity of the licence, making it more difficult to forge, a problem not foreign to the existing driving licence.

    In an interview during the` preparations for the e-government exhibition, which opens today at The Mall, the government official said that the format and layout of the policy has already been proposed and its implementation only had to wait for the policy and paperwork to be drawn up.

  • Brunei: E Government Executive Forum

    An E Government Executive Forum on "Next Generation E Government: Delivering Friendly, Accessible and Integrated Public Services" was held yesterday afternoon at the Members Grill of the Empire Hotel and Country Club.

    It aimed to bring industry leaders together and spearhead development of solutions for the next generation of E Governments worldwide.

  • Brunei: E-asier To Do Business With Government

    The Prime Minister's Office yesterday held a ceremony to mark the official launching of the e-Government Strategic Plan 2009-2014, laying the roadmap for all e-government projects from 2009 up to 2014.

    Launching the event was Dato Seri Paduka Eussoff Agaki Haji Ismail, the Deputy Minister at the Prime Minister's Office cum Chairman of the E-Government Leadership Forum. Also in attendance was YAM Pengiran Anak Khairul Khalil bin Pengiran Syed Haji Jaafari, Assistant Executive Officer at the Prime Minister's Office.

  • Brunei: E-business opportunities abound with e-govt system

    An efficient and comprehensive e-government system will enable the business sector to experience quality online services, which will in turn, enhance the development of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) through e-business and the building of human capacity in ICT (Information and Communications Technology), said an official from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).

    In one of the sessions held during the International Conference on e-Government and Administrative Simplification organised by the PMO and OECD/Korea Policy Centre, Hj Mohidin Hj Mus with Dr Hazri Hj Kifle from University Brunei Darussalam (UBD) and Hjh Mariah Hj Taha from Brunei’s E-Government National Centre (EGNC) discuss the current and future situation of e-government in the Sultanate.

  • Brunei: E-Governance Key To E-Govt Projects' Success

    E-Governance is the foundation that will enable the successful implementation of e-government projects, said the chairman of the E-Government Leadership Forum (EGLF) yesterday during the launching of the Second Annual Asia-Pacific e-Government Forum.

    "If one was to peel away at the ICT strategy of any country, what we would find at the core would be e-governance," said Deputy Minister at the Prime Ministers Office Dato Seri Paduka Eusoff Agaki Hj Ismail.

  • Brunei: E-Governance Reliant On Cooperative Efforts

    The Second Annual Asia-Pacific c-Gov Forum concluded yesterday with an overlying message that e-governance can lead to a more efficient bureaucratic system but is one that requires the cooperation of both its citizens as well as relevant authorities in ensuring its acceptability and applicability.

    Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Electoral Reform, Public Enterprises and Anti-Corruption, Industry, Tourism, Trade and Communication under the government of Fiji was the first speaker of the day and presented his talk entitled "Transforming lives: Fiji's experience of e-Gov".

  • Brunei: e-Government A Priority, Says Special Adviser

    The introduction of e-Government over the last decade has rapidly become one of the main priorities for governments all around the world.

    Pehin Dato Awang Haji Isa, Special Advisor to His Majesty at the Prime Minister's Office and Minister of Home Affairs, said its prioritisation has been spurred on greatly by the cutting edge of technology, coupled with an exponential growth in technology related services based on the provision of access to the internet.

  • Brunei: e-Government And IT Usage Unsatisfactory

    His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam expressed his disappointment on the use of e-Government strategy and Information Technology (IT) in the Sultanate 10 years since its implementation with a budget of B$1 billion.

    His Majesty also saw the need to reactivate the Client's Charter (TPOR) as it is one of the government's agendas.

    The ruler delivered a titah during the 17th Civil Service Day celebration at the International Convention Centre (ICC) yesterday.

  • Brunei: E-Government Centre Begins Operation

    Brunei Darussalam's bid to improve its government agencies' capabilities and to ensure effective public service delivery has moved into high gear with the opening of its e-government national centre. Starting its operation yesterday, the centre' will provide services in the aspects of operations, acquisition and human resource development in the field of in formation and Communication Technology (ICT), which are related to e-government initiatives especially in the civil service, according to a statement by the Prime Minister's Office.

  • Brunei: E-Government Centre To Fill Up IT Vacancies

    Recruitment of prospective candidates to fill up information technology (IT) vacancies is the top priority for the E-Government National Centre this year as they are in the process of drawing up plans to address the shortage of IT manpower in the civil service, said a senior official at the Prime Minister's Office.

    Deputy permanent secretary at the Prime Minister's Office Abdul Mutalib Pehin OKSSDP Hj Mohd Yusof shared this during the Technology Forum on "The Progresses of e-Government in Brunei Darussalam" at The Empire Hotel and Country Club.

  • Brunei: e-Government citizen survey lucky draw presentation

    The e-Government citizen survey lucky draw prizes were given yesterday to recipients during a ceremony held at The Mall, Gadong. Hjh Mariah Hj Mohd Taha, Acting Director at the e-Government National Centre presented the prizes to the lucky winners. Prizes comprised a notebook, a camera and a complimentary hotel stay.

    The lucky recipients who received the prizes amongst 1,459 respondents were Abdul Qoyyuum bin Haji Abdul Kadir, Eliza Aziz and Tie Tong Thuong. The e-Government citizen survey was launched on December 4, where it was released online and manually through roadshows, focus groups and surveys strategically placed at Brunei Government services counters.

  • Brunei: e-Government exhibition opens in Belait

    The Prime Minister's Office yesterday launched an e-Government exhibition in the Belait District to create better understanding among the pubic on the initiatives and development of e-government implementation in the country.

    Present to officiate the launch, which took place at the Belait Municipal Hall was the Deputy Permanent Secretary at the Prime Minister's Office, Awg Abd Mutalib bin POKSSDP Hj Mohd Yusof.

  • Brunei: E-Government For Fast Return Of Investment

    E-Government projects could bring in return of investment to the Brunei if everything goes smoothly.

    Dr Jim Tam, Associate Prof School of IT Management Ryerson Polytechnic University in Ontario, Canada, disclosed this yesterday in an exclusive interview with Radio Television Brunei (RTB).

  • Brunei: e-Government Initiative

    Among the latest development in Brunei Darussalam's e-government initiative is the implementation of provision of online services by government agencies.

    The e-payment project which is linked to a number of Ministries or government agencies have been identified and will be given priority. Apart from that, in 2 years time, starting this year, 27 thousand civil servants have been targeted to take part in training programmes as part of the efforts to further strengthen and expand the ICT capacity in the country's civil servants. The Deputy Permanent Secretary of I-T and e-Government at the Prime Minister's Office, Awang Abdul Mutalib bin Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Setia Dato Paduka Hj Mohd Yusof, as the Overall Government C-I-O explained the strategies that have been planned to realise the desire and target contained in the e-Government Strategic Plan 2009-2014.

  • Brunei: E-Government Is Ongoing Journey

    "E-Government is an ongoing journey. In Brunei, the first five years of the journey, from 2001 to 2005 has well established the adoption and awareness of the e-Government program in the ministries and other key stakeholders."

    Acting Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Communication, Hj Ibrahim Hj Mohd Ali, said this in his speech yesterday on behalf of the Minister of Communications, Pehin Dato Seri Setia Hj Abu Bakar Hj Apong, at the opening of e-Government Brunei congress organise by DZ Hampton at The Rizqun International Hotel.

  • Brunei: E-Government National Centre inks agreement with Prime Minster's office and BSP

    A signing ceremony was held yesterday afternoon between the e-Government National Centre (EGNC), Prime Minster's Office and Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd (BSP) at the Empire Hotel and Country Club.

    The landmark agreement was reached where EGNC would house BSP Disaster Recovery System at the department's Data Centre facility.

    The signing of the agreement was witnessed by Awang Haji Azhar bin Hj Ahmad, Deputy Permanent Secretary (IT and E-Government) at the Prime Ministers Office and as Brunei Overall Government Chief Information Officer (CIO).

  • Brunei: E-Government National Centre Takes E-Govt Roadshow To Ministry of Development

    As Part of a series of roadshows to promote awareness on the e-Government Strategic Plan 2009-2014, the E-Government National Centre (EGNC) made a stop at the Ministry of Development yesterday.

    The roadshow was seen as a practical way to introduce the e-Government Strategic Plan 2009-2014, the roles of ministries and the role of EGNC in ensuring the successful implementation of the e-Government initiatives.

    In her opening remarks, Hjh Rosita binti Abdullah, Acting Head of Science and Technology, Research and International Division cum Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the MoD, said that stakeholders - which also include the public, businesses and the civil service - play a major role in the success of e-Government initiatives.

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