The Digital Identity program will allow customers to prove who they are online. This means greater access to government services for customers with a disability, time poor customers or customers who live in rural or remote areas and would otherwise struggle to get to a Service NSW centre.
AgriTechNZ, New Zealand’s government-backed agritech industry body, disclosed that creating a digital option for FEPs means managing farming decisions and regulatory requirements will be far more efficient.
Successful bidder will accelerate the growth of tech start-ups and scale-ups across the UK. Funding will tackle challenges facing small tech firms and grow regional support networks to level up investment and innovations around the country. £12 million awarded to support activity until 2025.
Policymakers need information about affordability, reliability, and inequities in access to make sound decisions about broadband investments for their communities. Lack of broadband access disproportionately impacts individuals and families of colour and those whose incomes are below the federal poverty threshold.
Up to five projects are expected to be selected from the process. They are expected to create upwards of 2,000 direct and indirect jobs over their lifetime, mostly in rural Nova Scotia, and generate more than $550 million in construction activity.
Organisations can apply for up to $50,000 through the Community Climate Change and Energy Action program to upgrade heating and cooling, install shading, insulation, double glazing, lighting and renewable energy installations like roof-top solar panels and battery storage.