IT in government

ICT's role in a developmental state

Technology initiatives are needed to add value to the economic development of the country.

Sep 25, 2013

Reducing govt costs using IT

Government CIOs are pressured to secure applications while providing public servants and citizens with access to information via numerous access channels, says Gordon Hayden, sales manager at CA Southern Africa.


Survivor: IT

Any team that's playing to win needs a strong leader, and the same goes for government's challenge with IT.

Mar 16, 2011

Yada yada

Government must allow the private sector to get on with connecting South Africans to the Internet, and stop yakking about it.

Nov 29, 2006

Don't replace, rejuvenate

Thys Fourie, regional executive at Business Connexion's Pretoria region, advocates an approach of rejuvenating existing government systems.

Jul 31, 2006

Unlocking the value of IT in government

The insightful provision of IT solutions and services should be the key that unlocks real value in government departments, says Nick Dahya, operations manager at Aptronics.


E-government suffering from labour pains

South Africans can soon access a wide range of information via the Government Gateway, a one-stop site and call centre covering life events from the womb to the tomb. But serious concerns are being voiced about the success of the local e-government initiative as a whole.

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