Vol. 1 Issue 3 16-30 Sept. 2007
Welcome to the current issue of “Government@24/7”,your fortnightly source of knowledge and news on e-Government and m-Government! brought to you by m-GovWorld with technical support form OneWorld South Asia..

I am pleased to inform you our third annual International e-Government Summit titled eGovWorld 2007 is scheduled for November 29-30 in New Delhi, India. The conference provides a unique opportunity to exchange experiences and meet with key decision makers from government , multilateral development agencies and academia. e-Development Thematic Group of The World Bank will co organize the mGovWorld track.

I am pleased to invite the readers of our newsletter to join us for consultations during the conference. You may please register yourself online at the Conference Website. In case your organization would like to partner with us and avail the opportunity to showcase your initiatives to international community please write to send your feedback to editor@mgovworld.org

Vikas Kanungo
Chief Editor
In This Issue * Rehab Lootah on mDubai initiative *   Mobile Government in Singapore   *Nokia Siemens Network Village Project   * Global VC on Mobile Government   * Inventor of European mobile Government Projects   * Fortnight News   * e-GovWorld 2007
In an interview with Vikas Kanungo , the acting director of e-Services- Government of Dubai, Ms. Rehab Lootah discusses the mDubai initiative...
Fortnight’s Picks
Dubai government signs MoU to enable m-payments for Public Services
  In a significant step to take mobile government agenda to the next level, the government of Dubai has signed an MoU with the biggest telecom player in UAE..
Mobile phones have no adverse impact on health: UK Government study
  A study financed by UK government and many telecom operators concludes mobiles dont afftect health
Governments , Development agencies and stakeholders in Asia gear up for discussion on development orientation of e-Government projects


During e-GovWorld 2007 , the prominent experts from Asia , Europe and US will discuss the ways to accelerate efforts on integrating development goals into e-Government initiatives
Book Review


Mobile Media 2007 - A collection of 33 papers on potential of mobile technologies by prominent experts


Contribute your views at mGov Forum




Asia’s Premier e-Government Conference
29-30 November 2007, New Delhi, India
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    Project for People
Singapore Government to provision 300 Mobile Government services by 2008 ...
Nokia Siemens Network Village Connection - Providing Connectivity to rural areas …
    Documents & Reports
Mobile Government and Mobile Tourism - an inventory of European Projects...
    Event Announcement
Global Videconferencing Seminar on Mobile Government by eTG of The World Bank...
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