A history of 12 years which guided Sri Lanka in its journey through the ICT revolution.
In supporting the ICT sector of Sri Lanka, this program aims at: Establishing a competitive marketplace for SME’s amongst large ICT providers Making Sri Lanka an attractive destination for products, services and investments related to ICT
In view of digitally empowering Sri Lankan citizens by way of a knowledge based society, ICTA sees digital infrastructure as its most invested strategy.
Sri Lanka has its own set of eLaws that should be adhered to by the Government and citizens.
ICTA works towards creating a pro-active policy and an environment that is aligned with the ICT improvement program in the country.
This program is catered towards continuously improving the efficiency, transparency, quality and effectiveness.
In achieving a digitally inclusive Sri Lanka, the ability of the Government and society to meet ICT development challenges should be enhanced.
Digital technology and infrastructure is presented to citizens in view of giving them the power to better consume government and educational services.
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The Inter Ministerial Committee (IMC) for Information Technology is an authorized government committee formed for the betterment of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Sri Lanka. The IMC is responsible for advising the Government on how to form laws and policies with regard to the ICT industry. The IMC seeks approval from the Cabinet of Ministers at every step of the way.Read All
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