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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.
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.
OECS ICT Strategy Group Meeting
OECS Member States are taking steps to fully embrace the digital economy. The OECS Commission has formed a special ICT Strategy Group to consider the region’s options for using technology more effectively to facilitate its integration agenda. The group is being chaired by the OECS Director General, Dr. Didacus Jules.
Mount Peto Primary gets computer lab
Technology Minister Dr Andrew Wheatley says the outfitting and opening of a computer laboratory at the Mount Peto Primary School in Hanover has placed residents of the community into the fast-paced world of advanced technology.
Online Passport Applications System Coming This Year - Montague
National Security Minister, Robert Montague, says Jamaicans will be able to submit online applications for passports this year.
Geospatial Technology a Critical Tool in Crime Fighting
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security, Dianne McIntosh, says geospatial technology is a critical tool in gathering data to plan, develop and make decisions for crime fighting.
Gov’t Moves Ahead With Plans to Create Single ICT Regulator
The Government is moving ahead with plans to establish a single regulator for the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector.
Jamaica has been ranked 99th of 175 countries on the 2016 ICT Development Index (IDI), an improvement of two places from the 2015 rankings, the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology announced today.
Jamaica will participate in the Ministerial Meeting
Jamaica will be represented by Herman Athias, CEO of eGov Jamaica Limited in the Ministerial Meeting of Electronic Government of Latin America and the Caribbean and the Annual Meeting of Red Gealc. Mr. Athias has over thirty (30) years' international leadership experience in the Information and Communication Technology industry.
Ministry Commits to Universal Access to ICT
Science, Energy and Technology Minister, Dr. the Hon. Andrew Wheatley, says the Ministry remains committed to providing Jamaicans with universal access to information and communications technology (ICT).
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