Singapore Government is extending its five-year $1.3 billion e-Government project, named iGov2010, which will have more services and information access over the Internet.
The iGov2010 plan will expand Singapore's progress in e-Governance area. The government is planning to integrate its back-end systems as part of an effort to make e-Government. Under the iGov2010 plan, the Singaporean government is planning to improve online access for citizens, who cannot access Internet or require assistance using e-Government services. Officials will expand the number of CitizenConnect centers, which offer free Internet access and assistance for users, from five to 25 over the next five years.