- Veröffentlicht: 14. November 2014
The acting Head of Corporate Strategy and Research, NITDA, Dr. Vincent Olatunji, said: “One unique thing that will differentiate eNigeria 2104 from previous editions is the delivery of the Nigeria eGovernment framework by the Korean official, who have been partnering with the Federal Government and helping with developing the framework within the last one year. Now the time is ready and it will be officially handed to Nigerians through NITDA at eNigeria 2014”.
The theme for this year’s event is: “Creating Market Opportunities for Indigenous ICT Products and Services”. With the increasing interest and growing participation of more organisations at the event, Olatunji said that this year’s event will feature no fewer than 30 exhibitors to showcase their solutions, products and services. He added that a number of companies that participated at GITEX 2014 in Dubai, have already confirmed their participation at eNigeria 2104, while some other companies that could not make it to GITEX 2014 have also confirmed participation.
For the first time since the inception of eNigeria, there will be an international participation this year following Nigeria’s involvement as Official Country Partner at GITEX 2104, with the agency’s confirmation that the World Trade Centre, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, has already shown interest to be part of eNigeria 2014.
As part of more innovations and new dimension to make the event more colourful, eNigeria 2014 will as well feature the National eGovernance Award, which is supported by Nihilent, a leading global consulting and solutions integration company with specialty in delivering eGovernance value through collaborations.
NITDA believes the award will further encourage Ministries, Departments and Agencies to efficiently deploy Information Technology across sectors of the economy for better service delivery and productivity. The NITDA-NIHILENT e-Governace Awards will recognize all significant achievements in the area of eGovernance, Knowledge disseminating on effective methods of designing and implementing sustainable eGovernance initiatives and promotion of incremental innovations in successful eGovernance Solutions.
Autor(en)/Author(s): Bode Adewumi
Quelle/Source: Nigerian Tribune, 11.11.2014