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Jamaica is now poised to become the first total e-government society in this region.
Increased Job Prospects in ICT- Dr. Wheatley
The Government is optimistic about increased job prospects for Jamaicans in the area of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
Jamaica's health care industry has received a technological boost with the launch of a system that is expected to facilitate the comprehensive management of a doctor's practice as well as larger medical facilities.
Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Dr Andrew Wheatley, says if Jamaica is to compete globally, it must develop an efficient knowledge-based society.The minister, who was addressing the opening of a Community Access Point (CAP) in Springfield, St James, on April 20, added that it is important that citizens be given the necessary tools to prepare for the important jobs that will be available in information technology, which will be equally critical for economic growth and development.
Minister ties ICT achievements to huge spending
Energy, Science and Technology Minister Dr Andrew Wheatley announced Tuesday the rollout of additional access points for free public Wi-Fi, as he highlighted other achievements in the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) field.
A web security policy for the Government is being developed and will be completed within the next six months.
Girls ‘Hack’ For Change
Approximately 90 girls and young women will compete for prizes at the International Telecommunications Union’s (ITU) Girls in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Day Caribbean Hackathon on Thursday, April 27, 2017.
Second Phase of Tablets in Schools Programme to Launch September
The Government will be launching the second phase of the Tablets in Schools programme in September.
The Jamaica Library Service Embraces the Use of Technology in its Services
The library community has been evolving and remains quite relevant in a technologically-driven society through the array of services it offers to meet the demands of users.
The Government is to spend US$12 million to improve the country’s emergency communication systems. The project, which is being funded by Government of Japan, aims to synchronise with the existing communication system operated by the National Works Agency and the Jamaica Constabulary Force.
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