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5 September 2016, eGL are conducting a 5-day "Developing Digital Government Strategies" course for Government Officials from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam. The course provides them with an understanding of e-Government and its best practices, as well as how e-Government strategies can be developed and implemented by public sector organisations for outreach and transformational purposes in the context of Laos.




22 June 2016, The Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre at NUS Institute of Systems Science recently concluded a two-year programme with Bangladesh, co-funded by a2i Bangladesh and Temasek Foundation.

The collaboration is designed to help Bangladesh move towards achieving their vision of a Digital Bangladesh.


23 May 2016, Delegates from Bangladesh attended the Information Security Professional Course in eGL.






3 May 2016, 21 esteemed senior officials of the Bangladeshi government attended a 10-day course on how the Public Service may be transformed by the implementation of e-Government.






25 April 2016, Government officials from Bangladesh attended the inaugural IT Contract Management & Negotiation course.






18 - 22 April 2016, International participants of the Singapore Cooperation Programme organised by Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs, discussed on developing effective e-government strategies for their nations.





13 April 2016, eGL hosted the Government of Andhra Pradesh (GoAP) state in India, led by Dr. P. Raghunatha Reddy, Honorable Minister for Information Technology, Mr. P. Narayana, Honorable Minister for Municipal Administration and Mr. J. Satyanarayana, Advisor, e-Governance to the GoAP.




11 April 2016, Delegates from the Bangladesh Government attended a 5-day programme on IT/Data Governance & Protection programme in eGL.





22 February 2016, 28 foreign government officials from different countries attended a 5-day e-Government Leadership course to gain an understanding of e-Government strategies that can be implemented by public sector organisations for strategic planning and transformational purposes.
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