Friday, October 31, 2008

Australia training Bangladesh government on eGovernment IT management

It's good to see Australia being an international leader in the egovernment space.

As reported in the Daily Star's Technews, the ANU's National Centre for Information Systems Research (NCISR) completed training 99 Bangladeshi key decision makers and officers in the strategy and management skills necessary to improve the effective use of ICT in public sector organisations.

This ten-day training was part of the eGovernment capacity building project, initiated by the Australian National University (ANU) under the AusAID's Public Sector Linkages Program (PSLP).

It focuses on supporting countries (particularly in the Asia-Pacific region) in building their strategic and operational capacity in the eGovernment area.

1 comment:

  1. Craig,

    I, and my research team colleagues, greatly appreciate your acknowledgement of our work in Bangladesh. For your info, I include below two links to other articles in the same paper that report on the launch of, and the contents of, the strategy that we developed that led to the training your note in this article.


    Thanks, Tim Turner.
    PS: you might recall meeting me as an Apis Consultant developing Business Requirements for Telephony at your work.