Governments are realizing that in order to achieve a fully digital public administration, public services should be allowed to exchange data in real time faciliating the only-once principle wherein citizens …Read More
technology and infrastructure
Government and Public Infrastructure
The technology infrastructure is the backbone of public service delivery. By virtue of the scale and importance, government projects are huge, thereby the demands to meet the scaling, robustness, availability, performance and security aspect is also very high.
All key aspects of Government Infrastructure such as Inter-operability Framework, Government Backbone Network, Monitoring Centers, Internet Services, Data Centers and Cloud, E-Government Infrastructure Services, Government Communication Network, Security assurance and Data need to strengthened and evolved with time and growing demands.
Cloud computing has brought about a step change in economics and sustainability of Information and Communication Technology enabled service provisioning. By exploiting innovations in cloud computing, public sector IT can …Read More
It is imperative to have a modern procurement methodology where procurement cycle is shorter and efficient, and that does not take years to complete when on an average technology lifecycle …Read More
The need of research and innovation is growing exponentially with each passing day. To meet the research demands, the infrastructure requirement is also growing at a tremendous pace. To ensure …Read More
Government of Canada announced in its GC IM-IT strategic plan that it shall provide a single window platform for accessing Government of Canada information services. The strategy now termed as …Read More
UK government has its own identity assurance system called UK Verify. The system has been developed by UK Government Digital Service (GDS). The system shall provide single trusted login access …Read More
Government of New Zealand has made it easier for government agencies to collaborate securely for delivering citizen centric e-services. TaaS is a programme of work to develop a new Government …Read More
South Korea has world’s fastest average internet speed at 28.6 Mbps in 2017. Cyberculture is prolific in South Korea with spawning streaming platforms and internet communities. With the integration of …Read More