Media Releases

Media releases about the GCIO’s work programme.

Telecommunications as a Service (TaaS) Panel announced (13 November 2015)

 

OECD E-leaders meet (30 September 2015)

 

RealMe for electronic signatures (13 August 2015)

 

Government Microsoft Licensing Agreement extended (15 July 2015)

 

300,000 passports renewed online in two years (5 December 2014)

 

New Zealand reaffirms commitment to open government (31 October 2014) 

 

Better government digital services way plan approved (5 August 2014)

 

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) wins IPANZ award (3 July 2014)

 

New software service simplifies ICT for government agencies (16 June 2014)

 

Waikato District Health Board launches website on Common Web Platform (26 February 2014)

 

Online government services a hit with Kiwis (21 February 2014)

 

BNZ goes live with RealMe service (10 February, 2014)

 

New information management service for government agencies (22 November 2013)

 

Online passports reach 125,000 in first year (20 November 2013)

 

New Government Chief Privacy Officer (19 November 2013)

 

New Zealand ranked 4th in Global Open Data (11 November 2013)

 

First bank goes live with RealMe (11 November 2013)

 

Panel to lift privacy and security standards (7 November 2013)

 

New desktop computing service helps agencies work together (31 October 2013)

 

Papers Past hits 3 million pages (23 September 2013)

 

Common Web Platform drives efficiencies (16 September 2013)

 

IRD and DIA announce information-sharing to track defaulters (4 September 2013)

 

World War One experience at the touch of a button (29 August 2013)

 

More Kiwis interact with public services online (20 August 2013)

 

Birth registration to include IRD number (20 August 2013)

 

Banking sector leads the way with RealMe (31 July 2013)

 

100,000 Passports renewed online (15 August 2013)

 

Increasing use of online government services (8 July 2013)

 

RealMe makes it easy to get services online (2 July 2013)

 

Stronger oversight of ICT projects and security (24 June 2013)

 

Open Data benefits public and economy (20 June 2013)

 

Government expects action on GCIO Review (5 June 2013)

 

Budget 2013: $14.5 million boost for online identity verification (22 May 2013)

 

Collaborative funding for online services (16 May 2013)

 

Microsoft deal saves $35 million (29 April 2013)

 

Online government services prove popular (19 March 2013)

 

Government seeks proposal for cloud computing service (13 March 2013)

 

Wellington company secures government ICT contract (7 February 2013)

 

More New Zealanders using online services (29 January 2013)

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