10/2020-2021 +254 020 4920000 ads@mygov.go.ke YOUR WEEKLY REVIEW www.mygov.go.ke September 8, 2020 r Final copy The best prevention against the coronavirus is still washing your hands and keeping safe social distance BY CHRIS MAHANDARA F ive counties sharing common borders in the former Nyanza, Western and Rift Valley provinces have The plan includes a controversial Digital Identity system the government says will make it easier to engage “with government services, and in future, the private sector”. Source: The Conversation (Au and NZ) – By Rob Nicholls, Associate professor in Business Law. This happened in March as thousands tried to access Centrelink payments during the pandemic. It’s true stimulating business capacity in the digital economy will likely help small businesses adapt to the “new normal” brought on by COVID-19. An $800 million JobMaker Digital Business Plan has been released this week to support economic recovery in the wake of COVID-19. Reports claim the office has yet to address the flaw. But with this comes the challenge of understanding what this “new normal” will be. Read more: Read more: It’s odd to see a whole-of-government approach to digital identity announced three days after the ATO publicised its own aforementioned tender. It’s not clear whether the ATO intends to continue with its own identity solutions, or if it will partake in the government’s initiative to expand the Commonwealth Digital Identity program. SOAS Festival of Ideas: Decolonising Knowledge, Constructive invisibility, dangerous visibility. $2.5 million to connect workers and small and medium sized businesses to digital skills training. This will use facial recognition software to prove people accessing the ATO’s online services are physically present at their devices. You can read the press release here but some of the measures include: $256.6 million to develop a ‘digital identity system,’ for example, to enable access to government services with facial recognition, $419.9 million to the “modernising business registers” program which would help companies move online by allowing electronically signed documents and virtual shareholder voting, $29.2 million to accelerate the rollout of 5G. Now you can get the top stories from Gizmodo delivered to your inbox. The rate of Australia’s current digital transition requires joined-up policies which complement, rather than clash with, each other. LIVE: A View from Afar – With Paul Buchanan + Selwyn... Evening Report LIVE: Tech Now with Sarah Putt and Selwyn Manning... LIVE: A View from Afar – Paul Buchanan + Selwyn Manning... LIVE: A View from Afar – Regional Disputes on the Increase:... Editorial: Snakes and Mirrors – National Sat On Covid-19 Infection Information For Hours Before Dropping Political Bombshell In Parliament, ‘Not good enough!’ Auckland Councillor Daniel Newman Slams Mayor Goff’s CCO Review, Sweeney Todd A Horror Story Then and Now – Not Quite A Gonzo Review, Christchurch Terror Attacks – New Zealand’s Darkest Hour – Friday 15th 2019, Editorial: Onus Now On Councils To Act On Dangerous Dogs, XXX Neon Sign review: embodied performance about working in a Brisbane porno shop, I Need to Know: ‘is it normal for girls to masturbate?’, The ‘nuclear free’ Vanuatu girl with the enchanting smile, Look up! Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said the package is: targeted at building on this digital transformation of Australian businesses to drive productivity and income growth and create jobs. The rate of Australia’s current digital transition requires joined-up policies which complement, rather than clash with, each other. — A threefold increase in budget in six months suggests the proposed funding of $256.6 million may not be enough. New funds allocated under the JobMaker Digital Business Plan suggest this challenge may not be met by government, after all. It’s true stimulating business capacity in the digital economy will likely help small businesses adapt to the “new normal” brought on by COVID-19. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said the package is: targeted at building on this digital transformation of Australian businesses to drive productivity and income growth and create jobs. Issue No. This document provides a brief guide to the calculated grades process and how it applies to the 2020 cohort of Leaving Certificate, Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme and Leaving Certificate Applied students. Among the more controversial aspects of the plan is the $256.6 million proposal to expand the Commonwealth Digital Identity program, in a bid to supposedly simplify and reduce costs of interacting with government. $22.2 million to expand a digital advisory service for small businesses (however the target is to help 10,000 small businesses, and there are 2 million such businesses in Australia).

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