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Ghana Ghana: Accessing Quality Education Through ICT
Information Communication Technology (ICT) has become the most influential, dependable and cost effective means of enhancing corporate and organizational development across the globe. Its use and impact has become so imperative that no meaningful development could take place minus this simple but complex tool.
United Arab Emirates The e-Easiness
The 2014 United Nations e-Government Survey, which was released in the month of June, provides a bird’s eye view of e-Government practices around the world.
United States U.S.: Talent Management Systems Help Governments Manage Their Workforce
Governments are employing tools to help combat the growing numbers of baby boomer retirements and the challenge of attracting a new generation of employees into public service.
United States U.S.: Systems Thinking - a Better Way to Make Public Policy
Decisions in one realm have ripple effects in others. Public programs need to reflect that reality.
United States U.S.: Report Ranks Top Open Data States
Six states earn top rankings for their open data policies and portals -- and eight states are at the bottom.
United States U.S.: How Modern Technology Is Changing Public-Sector GIS
The days of waiting weeks or months for new map data are being left behind and GIS data's becoming more accessible.
Kenya East Africa: EAC States to Scrap Roaming Charges in October
East African Community (EAC) Heads of State are set to launch the waiving of roaming charges in the five partner member states in October 2014.
United States U.S.: What It Takes to Achieve Effective Cyber Defense
The federal government is not designed to be nimble, but it can adapt quickly under extreme crises. The nature of the cybersecurity landscape, however, requires agencies to adapt to changing threats continuously, not just during an extreme crisis. And given the rapid adoption and advancement of mobile technologies, that cycle can be on the order of weeks.
United States U.S.: Justice Reform in the U.S. Should Start With Probation
The day after Missouri Governor Jay Nixon switched up the police presence in Ferguson, the scene looks much transformed. Ron Johnson, above, captain with the Missouri Highway Patrol, led protesters in a peaceful march last night—the same protesters on whom St. Louis County Police Department officers trained rifles the day before.
United States U.S.: Philadelphia Boosts Digital Connections with Citizens
Philadelphia taps Salesforce and Unisys to ensure its "Philly 311" cloud and mobile program stays on top of all nonemergency requests from potholes to noise complaints.
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