As Ali noted, the notice is too short, but trust electronic submissions
such as this one are acceptable.
Factoring 2019 is almost complete maybe it is a 2020-2024 policy plan?
Trying to go through the detailed document. Is there any commitment to
building up local IT firms?
Say, 100 IT firms (combined), annually, earning KES 100 Bln from national &
county govts by 2024?
Crooked firms cook data, hinder access to information, so more emphasis
needed on ethics.
Is there any commitment to blacklist firms involved in bribery?
On Wed, Dec 18, 2019 at 2:27 PM Lilian Kimeto via kictanet <
> Dear Listers,
> Warm greetings from the ICT Authority to this fraternity.
> Secondly,this is to invite us all to a one day workshop at the Stanley
> Sarova Hotel,tomorrow Thursday 19th December whose objective will be to
> receive stakeholder and sector views on our Draft Strategic Plan.The event
> will start at 8 am.
> Please find time to come and more so please give us your valuable
> feedback/input.Please use the link below to access the document.
> With kind regards,
> Lilian Kimeto
> ICT Authority
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