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Assistant Minister of Presidential Affairs Phillip Makgalemele on Tuesday said the Botswana government is committed to ensure that as a country “we position ourselves as a regional ICT hub with lasting social, cultural, political and economic impact on our people.”Speaking at an e-government workshop held in Gaborone, Makgalemele said it is not in the distant future that Government will be able to leverage online platforms to provide public services and interact with the people.

“Government has invested in a system where people will access services through a variety of means – through, web, tablets and smart phones and at any time,” the assistant minister said.

He added: “You will be pleased to note that the next few months we will be developing some e-services for the launch of the new portal for public use. This therefore… suggests an imperative need for us to closely align our ministries’ performance with the vision of striving to achieve a smart government.”


Quelle/Source: StarAfrica, 12.05.2015

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