Singapore is one of the world’s most connected cities.With some of the fastest broadband services around and smart digital services that enable seamless transactions, the Republic is recognised as a leading light in the digital world. The World Economic Forum has ranked Singapore top in network readiness.
Since the arrival of the first personal computer in the 1980s, Singapore has embraced technology as a crucial engine of the economy and society.The early computerisation efforts of the government in the 1980s paved the way to becoming one of the world’s most connected countries today.
Technology is changing how citizens and businesses interact with the Government, and how Government engages citizens and businesses.
Instead of relying on intuition, new insights from data collected today are enabling citizens and businesses to make decisions that are more accurate and impactful.
What are some necessary technology standards that guide how websites and digital services deliver what end users require? In the past, that question is often left unanswered after a website or app is rolled out. As the years go by, user expectations might have changed. The key to higher standards is to constantly and consistently deliver a top-notch digital experience for users.
GovTech is building Smart Nation infrastructure, platforms and services by deploying info communications and related engineering technology such as sensors and the Internet of Things.