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Japan Japan approves bill to allow Emperor Akihito to abdicate
The bill describes the people’s sympathy toward the feelings of the Emperor, now 83, and also incorporates specific details of the abdication system, such as stating that the title for the Emperor after abdication will be “joko.”
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan’s Top Bank to Take Measures to Stabilize Its Financial Position
The International Bank of Azerbaijan (IBA) plans to complete the transfer to the state its distressed assets that remained on the balance sheet of the bank, restructure liabilities and determine the strategy of the activities of affiliated banks.
Tanzania Tanzania: Tanzania launched e-communication system “Watumishi Portal” to ease service delivery
The United Republic of Tanzania launched a special portal to deal with Public Employees issues. The President’s Office, Public Service Management and Good Governance coordinate the portal popularly known as Watumishi Portal and the main goal is to support easy communication within central and local government departments and enable quick problem solving and add transparency among staff members.
United States White House to Target 'Weakest Links' in Federal Networks
Rob Joyce, the White House point man on cybersecurity, said the recent executive order on cybersecurity signed by President Donald Trump means that federal networks are going to be treated with new relevance and that government is going to take a harder look at eliminating weak links in the chain.
United States Trump’s 2018 Budget Reportedly Targets Federal Retirement Programs
President Trump’s fiscal 2018 budget proposal reportedly will seek to cut contributions to federal employees’ retirement programs in a number of ways.
United States U.S.: NYC Chief Digital Officer Departs Amid Tech Reorganization
After less than one year in the post, Sree Sreenivasan has departed Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration in the midst of a tech team reorganization.
United States U.S.: Government Needs Strategic Vision for Emerging Tech, Advisory Group Says
The Trump administration should develop a strategic plan to optimize how the federal government will take advantage of advances in networking speed and efficiency similar to the way the Obama administration planned for the transition to cloud computing, an advisory group said Thursday.
United States U.S.: Data Center Optimization Savings Falls Short
While agencies have made progress on their data center optimization efforts, they are reporting far less in savings than initially estimated.
United States U.S.: Do CIOs Need to Worry About Emerging Tech?
Indiana CIO Dewand Neely thinks leading IT means making connections to get the most value from emerging tech.
United States U.S.: Congress Should Be More Aggressive in Tracking Down Agency Inefficiencies, GAO Says
If Congress truly wants to save money, it should start asking agencies some tough questions about their improper payments and IT acquisitions, the Government Accountability Office said.
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