Kenya's legislators are supporting the transformation to electronic governance in their operations, both within parliament and in at the constituency level.
Recently, two day meeting held in Nairobi, where members of parliament (MPs) have discussed on various issues of Kenya Information Society including e-Government and ICT strategies in the country. The meeting entitled “Empowering Kenya's MPs and National Assembly staff on Building the country's Knowledge Economy,” was organised by the UN's Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) and the Canadian e-Policy Resource Network (ePolNet). e-PolNet is aiming to support the implementation of the African Information Society through the provision of various kinds of expertise. They discussed how ICT can accelerate the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and various applications like e-Health, e-Learning, e-Commerce and open platform.