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Noticias Guyana

Caribbean Community (CARICOM) consumers now have access to the CARREX Online Electronic Platform and the live public portal for providing alerts on dangerous non-foods consumer goods on the markets in all fifteen CARICOM Member States. The platform which went live recently can be accessed via www.carrex.caricom.org
As Guyana forges its way to a vastly developing Information Technology Sector and to an era where almost everyone at some point will be technologically savvy, the government of the day has made it its priority to ensure this is a reality. As such the county of Berbice is no exception when it comes to soaking up development to such an extent.
CARICOM ministers approve integrated work plan for single ICT space
Caribbean Community (CARICOM) ministers with responsibility for information and communication technologies (ICT) on Friday approved the integrated work plan for the Community’s single ICT space.
E-Government “catastrophe” now a success story– Minister Hughes
During the previous administration, the eGovernment Network project was fraught with troubles pertaining to management, misappropriation of assets and various forms of corruption. It was often described by the APNU+AFC Party as a “catastrophe”.
MOU signed to better UG’s ICT platforms
Minister of Public Telecommunications Catherine Hughes and University of Guyana’s (UG), Principal and Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Ivelaw Griffith on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to boost the Information Communication Technology (ICT) platforms at the Turkeyen campus.
In observance of Girls in ICT Day…NFMU launches Facebook hashtag competition
The competition which was created to empower girls and young women to overcome the stereotypes in the field was launched last Friday during which head of the NFMU, Valimiki Singh, said that he is hopeful the forum will see greater participation of women in the technology sector.
e-Government agency, NDMA officially merged
As part of its overall mandate to transform Guyana into a nation driven by Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Government has fulfilled its promise of merging the e-Government Agency and the National Data Management Authority (NDMA).
First Cyber Security Centre to be launched in Guyana
Crime-fighting in Guyana is about to move to the next level technologically, with the establishment of a Cyber Security Centre, the first of its kind in the country.
ICT agencies meet after CARICOM heads of government approve single ICT space roadmap
Following the approval of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) single ICT roadmap earlier in February, the ICT cluster agencies in the region met last Friday to chart the way forward. The meeting was held via videoconferencing that was anchored at the CARICOM Secretariat, Georgetown, Guyana, and included representation from the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), as well as from the CARICOM Secretariat, CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS), Caribbean Centre for Development Administration (CARICAD) and the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU).
Guyana prepares for Electronic Visa (E-Visa) and Work Visa System
Guyana, concerned about bogus immigration stamps in foreigners’ passports and human trafficking, is moving to introduce an Electronic Visa (E-Visa) and Work Visa System as part of the implementation and development of a modern visa issuance policy and system.
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