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eGovernance experts from Estonia in Guyana to guide Digital Governance Roadmap

Two experts from the eGovernance Academy (eGA) of Estonia have returned to Guyana on a second visit, and as part…

Gov’t moving to map crime hotspots in Reg. 4

– so citizens can know, avoid them A US$78, 750 contract has been awarded to Valerie Grant for the creation…

Baracara youths to soon benefit from ICT hub

Youths living in Baracara, Region Six will soon benefit from the implementation of an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) hub.…

25 Amerindian villages to get E-Networks’ DreamTV

E-Networks, broadcasters of the News Room, has offered its DreamTV service free to 25 far-flung Amerindian communities. Supported by the…

Far-flung communities to soon go hi-tech

– as gov’t readies to connect them with rest of the world RESIDENTS in close to 200 far-flung communities will…

No more queues with 200 online public services by 2020 – Minister Hughes

Minister of Public Telecommunications Catherine Hughes says by early 2020 over 200 public services for citizens and businesses would be…

Black Bush Polder, Blairmont get ICT Hubs

Blairmont in Region Five and Black Bush Polder in Region Six are the most recent beneficiaries of Information and Communication…

Black Bush Polder goes online!

History has been created in Black Bush Polder as residents of Yakarasi and Johanna are the first two communities in…

NDMA exploring all tech options to ensure equal access to govt. services- Chairman

The National Data Management Authority (NDMA) through its e-government programme will be exploring all technological options to ensure that regardless…

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