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The Government of Trinidad and Tobago continues to undertake activities which, ostensibly, are to assist or guide the development of an ICT sector. The stated rationale […]
The Ministry of Works and Transport would like to acknowledge the recent launch of Uber, a taxi service facilitated by the use of a smart phone […]
The Human Capital Management Enterprise System (HCMES) has entered into pre-production stage in the Jamaican government. It is a project of the country’s Public Sector Efficiency Program, and […]
In a move to shape and align the strategic ICT agenda in the region, the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) brought several regional ICT stakeholders together at […]
Above: The Public Sector panel on Digital Government at Microsoft’s M4, from left, Josemaria Valdepenas, Microsoft Digital Transformation Architect, Minister of Information Milford Nicholas and Marlon […]
Above: Ria Mohammed-Davidson of the Faculty of Law at UWI St Augustine speaks at the Media Association talk at the Ken Gordon School of Journalism and […]
Above: The ultimate Uber. The ride sharing company is investing heavily in self-driving vehicles. Photo courtesy Uber Newsroom. BitDepth#1063 for October 18, 2016 The private ride […]
According to information posted on the website of the Ministry of Public Administration and Communication… The provision of free Wi-Fi is a country-wide initiative of the […]
In his mid-year review of the new government’s financial situation, Minister of Finance Colm Imbert noted… Madam Speaker, when this Government presented the 2016 budget in […]
Above: Revellers in Tribe’s Wings of Desire at the Socadrome in 2015. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#1026 for February 02, 2016 Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival looks set […]
Author and historian Professor Bridget Brereton wrote this open letter to the Government regarding the decision to reintroduce VAT on books… I want to support the […]
Above: Minister of Finance Colm Imbert, architect of the new tax schedule. Photo courtesy the Ministry of Finance. The Government of Trinidad and Tobago has released […]
Telecommunications provider, Digicel, has announced a five year contract with the Government of Barbados valued at US$2.4M to provide it with an advanced Wide Area Network […]
Above: Opening the spigot on data is one challenge the new Government faces. Digital illustration by Andrea Danti/DepositPhotos. BitDepth#1007 for Seprember 22, 2015, part two of […]
Above: Myron Walwyn, Education Minister, British Virgin Islands BVI News reports that British Virgin Islands Education Minister Myron Walwyn will roll out a programme wiring all schools […]