ITAIDE in the news, Ireland
E-government usage levels in Ireland up, Accenture Report
In Silicon Republic (Irish technology news service) reporting on Accenture's annual ‘Leadership in Customer Service’ survey of e-government deployments; Ireland standing still, needs to prepare for
dramatic change or risk dropping behind in international comparisson.
There's nothing like the EU when it comes to bureaucracy and red tape...
In the Irish weekly business magazine
Business & Finance, print edition 23rd March 2006; "According to the school (Smurfit School of Business), despite all this free market talk, an Irish exporter shipping goods to the Netherlands can still be involved with upwards of 20 different parties, including transporters, shipping agents, customs and tax authorities."
UCD gets research grant
In the Sunday Business Post March 19 2006 (see the DONE DEAL section, NEW THIS WEEK). Researchers at the Centre for Innovation, Technology & Organisation (CITO) at UCD Smurfit School of Business have secured a EU grant to fund e-government research.
€5.4m trade plan seeks Irish backers
In the Irish Examiner (print and on-line), UCD Smurfit School of Business has invited Irish firms to join a €5.4 million global trade technology project.
E-gov research to reduce red tape
In SiliconRepublic.com, Irish companies are being asked to participate in a new EU-funded €4.5m research project aimed at using e-government to slash administrative red tape encountered during the export process.
IT project to slash red tape for exporters
In ElectricNews.net, UCD researchers have signed up to take part in a study of how e-government systems can improve the exchange of tax and customs information between business and public administrations, but keep tight control of security.
UCD to study how to cut exporters' red tape
In RTE Business, from their research, they will make policy recommendations on simplifying procedures and increasing collaboration amongst European governments.
UCD Smurfit in E450k export study
In Business World, The UCD Smurfit School of Business have been awarded E450,000 to study how red tape could be slashed for exporters and it is looking for Irish firms to participate in the research.