Australia reveals plans for Blockchain in public services

The Australian Government is exploring use cases for Blockchain for public safety, government communications, cyber security and logistics.

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European Commissioner Andrus Ansip Meets ICA

With the International Council for Information Technology in Government Administration (ICA) Golden Anniversary event just around the corner, an important meeting took place at the home of the European Commission. European Commissioner Andrus Ansip met with ICA’s Programme Committee Chair, Frank Leyman, on the occasion of our Organization’s 50th anniversary conference.

With private sector demand and salaries for tech skills on the rise, how can governments attract digital talent to their units?

Two of the world’s leading digital governments – Australia and Estonia – have taken very different approaches to recruiting tech staff.

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E-government global trends: integrated services, open data, e-participation and digital technologies

The 2016 United Nations E-Government Survey reports a positive global trend towards higher levels of e-government development. Countries in all regions are increasingly embracing innovation and utilizing ICTs to deliver services, increase transparency and engage people in decision-making processes.

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EU Sharing and Reuse Awards

To encourage reuse, sharing and the interoperability of IT solutions between Europe’s public administrations, the European Commission, through the Interoperability Solutions for Public Administrations, Business and Citizens (ISA²) programme, has launched the Sharing and Reuse Awards contest.

What Is a Chief Information Security Officer?

The CISO has one of the most difficult jobs in a given organization, because cybersecurity is evolving quickly, and with each new technology or product introduced, 10,000 new potential vulnerabilities arise.