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  • Upcoming Legislative Provisions for Usage of Data from Digital Contact Tracing Solutions Go

    We acknowledge our error in not stating that data from TraceTogether is not exempt from the Criminal Procedure Code. In Parliament on 5 January, Minister-in-Charge of the Smart Nation Initiative, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan and Minister for Home Affairs and for Law, Mr K Shanmugam, assured the House and the public that the use of TraceTogether data in criminal investigations would be restricted to serious offences. The Government will pass legislation to formalise these assurances.

    08 Jan 2021
  • TraceTogether Adoption Surpasses 70% CCs to Re-open For Token Collection Progressively Go

    As at 21 December 2020, the percentage of Singapore residents participating in the TraceTogether (TT) Programme has surpassed the 70% mark, with more than 3.8 million people using the TT App or Token. More than 2.05 million unique users have downloaded and registered for the App, and more than 1.75 million Tokens have been collected to date.

    23 Dec 2020
  • Digital Infrastructure to Enable More Effective Financial Planning by Singaporeans Go

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Smart Nation and Digital Government Group (SNDGG) today launched the Singapore Financial Data Exchange (SGFinDex), which will enable Singaporeans to consolidate their financial information for more effective financial planning.

    07 Dec 2020
  • Inaugural Update on Government Personal Data Protection and Implementation of PSDSRC Recommendations Go

    The Smart Nation and Digital Government Office (SNDGO) has published the inaugural annual update on the Government’s personal data protection efforts. The update contains the measures undertaken to date to strengthen the public sector data security regime to safeguard citizen data. The annual update will also serve to enhance transparency on how the Government uses and secures citizen data, which is among the key recommendations made by the Public Sector Data Security Review Committee (PSDSRC).

    11 Nov 2020
  • TraceTogether Tokens to be distributed at the constituency level Go

    Starting 29 October, TraceTogether (TT) Tokens will be distributed at the constituency level to better match demand and to avoid long queues. New collection venues will be open one constituency at a time. Stock will be set aside for residents belonging to that constituency. Residents should only collect their Tokens from their designated collection venue, scheduled to start at specified dates. Residents in each constituency will be informed accordingly.

    27 Oct 2020
  • TraceTogether Token collection at community centres to be restricted to residents within the constituency only Go

    Starting 27 Oct, members of the public should collect the TraceTogether (TT) Tokens only from their own constituency CCs. Please check the TokenGoWhere website (www.Token.gowhere.gov.sg) to find out which is your designated collection point.

    26 Oct 2020
  • Enable Further Safer Reopening with SafeEntry and TraceTogether Programme - TT-Only SE Go

    Singapore, 20 October 2020 – In order to resume larger-scale activities and further reopen our economy in a safer manner, TT-only SE will be progressively expanded to more venues. The use of TT-only SE will provide added assurance that everyone present at these larger-scale activities is better protected by effective contact tracing through participation in the TT Programme.

    20 Oct 2020
  • Factsheet: Launch of TraceTogether mobile booths and expansion of TraceTogether Token Collection Points Go

    As Singapore looks to reopen its economy further by allowing more businesses and social activities to resume, the ability to do contact tracing quickly, and at scale, becomes more critical to reduce the risk of new transmission chains forming.

    04 Oct 2020
  • New Board Members Appointed to Government Technology Agency Go

    The Smart Nation and Digital Government Group (SNDGG) announced today changes to the Board of the Government Technology Agency (GovTech). These changes will come into, effect from 1 October 2020.

    29 Sep 2020
  • Singapore and Apple partner on national health initiative using Apple Watch Go

    The government of Singapore and Apple today announced their partnership on the health initiative LumiHealth, a personalized program to encourage healthy activity and behaviors using Apple Watch. The first-of-its-kind program was designed by Singapore’s Health Promotion Board in conjunction with Apple as part of the country’s Smart Nation initiative, a national effort to leverage technology to deliver benefits to its citizens and businesses.

    16 Sep 2020
Last updated on 22 Jan 2021