The ministry of tourism trade and industry in Uganda has been accredited to become the first ministry to launch a sector Information and Communication Technology policy that will improve information flow within the ministry and its affiliated institutions.
The sector policy launched by Dr Ham Mulira, the ICT minister is expected to boost tourism and trade figures by availing qualitative information to tourists and investors in an efficient manner. Under the project the ministry has an online documents database (data.mtti.go.ug) that facilitates sharing of documents within the sector through a documents database (Intranet) and the website has been redesigned www.mtti.go.ug to meet existing needs. Under the project guidelines have also been developed for the procurement of Information and Communication Technology tools and an accepted standard of system to be adopted for efficient eGovernance.
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