How Jamaica went forward

The EGov boss isn’t happy about Jamaica’s position in the UN’s E-Government Development Index, which has seen Jamaica drop from 112 to 118.

Implementation begins with organisation

Above: Front table at the symposium, Dr Arvo Ott, Marlene McDonald, Esther Le Gendre and Maxie Cuffie. Photos by Mark Lyndersay BitDepth#1168 for October 25, 2018. […]

At Microsoft M4: A Public Sector digital hero

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 […]

T&T e-Gov rating drops 24 places

The rating for Trinidad and Tobago’s e-governance has dropped by 24 places in the current report of the United Nations Public Administration Network, falling from 67 […]