County ICT Survey 2019-2020 Assessment Report


How is your county fairing when it comes to adopting and using ICT?

KICTANet collaborated with the ICT Authority to institute and carry out an
annual ICT survey to monitor and encourage faster adoption and maturity of
ICTs within Counties as envisioned in the ICT Roadmaps.

KICTANet and ICT Authority believes that the successful implementation of
ICTs in county governments continue to face many challenges and requires
legislative, budgetary, technical as well as political support.

The report consolidates the findings for the three selected Counties of
Uasin Gishu, Kajiado, and Taita-Taveta. Assessment is based on the ICT
Governance & ManagementFramework which was adapted from the ISACA, COBIT2

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In our findings, Uasin Gishu County is doing relatively well in the
following three categories, ICT Strategy, ICT Financial & Procurement
Management as well as ICT System Acquisition and Deployment.

Kajiado County was performing relatively well in ICT Policy & Strategy as
well as the Infrastructure and Support Categories. Also, the Digital
Learning Program (DLP) had been implemented at close to 80% of the schools.

In Taita Taveta, the County is doing relatively well in ICT Financial &
Procurement Management, ICT Infrastructure Operations & User Support, and
ICT System Acquisition & Deployment.

Most Counties were doing relatively well in the following three categories,
ICT Strategy & ICT Financial & Procurement Management with an average score
of 1.7 and 1.8 were recorded respectively.

However, the rest of the ICT categories were recording average scores below
1.5 implying that they are either incomplete or being performed in an
ad-hoc manner.
Link to the report
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*David Indeje *
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