Bangladeshi Scholar Received ANU Vice Chancellor’s Award 2010

Bangladeshi Scholar Received ANU Vice Chancellor’s Award 2010

Lecturer Dr Ahmed Imran and Professor Shirley Gregor of the Australian National University (ANU) have received ANU’s Vice Chancellor’s award 2010 for their contributions to e Government capacity building of Bangladesh.

Their on-going collaborative research on e-Government capacity building project is funded by the Australian Government’s Public Sector Linkages Program (PSLP) administered by AusAID. The project outlines a 5-year strategic pathway for e-Government adoption in Bangladesh, including the ICT training workshop for senior government and mid-level government officers. As part of this ongoing collaboration, a team from the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC) has recently visited relevant organisations in Australia to take part in a demonstration of best practices on training and e-Government.

Dr Imran has donated all of the prize money for the award to two charity organisations – Dhaka’s Rotary Club for its commitment to disabled persons and Australia’s CO ID/Let’s Work for Bangladesh for their commitments to educational development for disadvantaged school children in Bangladesh.

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