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Mobile Governance for Small Island Developing States – Strategy Knowledge Base

Client name: Commonwealth Secretariat, Commonwealth
Duration: October 2013 – April 2014

Abstract

CTO cooperated with Vanuatu Office of the Government Information Officer for this project. This project was co-funded by the Commonwealth Secretariat (COMSEC) and the Center for Electronic Governance at the United Nations University International Institute for Software Technology (UNU), coordinated by the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization (CTO), and conducted by UNU in cooperation with the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, Government of the Republic of Vanuatu (OGCIO).

This project includes the MGOV research and the major research findings including conceptualizations, evolution, impact, drivers, barriers, user adoption, applications and policies; the state of practice in the use of ICT and MGOV to contribute to national development through country experiences by India, Mauritius, Micronesia, Singapore and Malta; and the MGOV4D strategy knowledge base containing a set of strategies adopted by India, Mauritius, Micronesia, Singapore and Malta as broadly representative of the goals and conditions for MGOV4D implementation present in the SIDS country group.

Expected impact

The project hopes to guide the development of tailor-made strategies for Small Island Developing States (SIDS), based on the knowledge base, and the MGOV strategy for Vanuatu.

Useful links:

Commonwealth Secretariat, Commonwealth Connects’ Developing an M-Governance Strategy for Vanuatu Consultancy, Mobile Governance for Small Island Developing States – Strategy Knowledge Base Report.

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