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Community & Social

How intelligence can reduce child poverty

The New Zealand government’s ambitious commitment to reduce child poverty by half over the next decade is challenging agencies to deeply consider new approaches to empowering front line workers, while dealing with the underlying drivers of poverty – especially housing, education and employment. Read More

Building trust in digital government

Public agencies need to understand they are custodians, not the owners, of data and information they collect from their customers and citizens, according to experts at a Mandarin information management seminar exploring the importance of information governance for the public sector, in a digital world. Read More

Rising public pressure for greater government transparency

Establishing greater openness and transparency into the activities of government will build public trust, create economic opportunities, and support better decision-making. Intermedium’s white paper discusses the challenges agencies face and examines how technology can reduce the costs and complexity associated with open government. Read More