Connected Government

The concept of ‘Connected Government’ holds immense importance in today’s digital era. A connected government refers to a seamless integration of information, communication, and technology systems across various government entities, enabling efficient data sharing, collaboration, and service delivery. By fostering connectivity, governments can streamline processes, improve communication channels, and enhance the overall efficiency and effectiveness of public services. Connected government initiatives facilitate better coordination among government departments, enabling them to work together towards common goals, share resources, and avoid duplication of efforts. It promotes transparency and accountability by providing citizens with easy access to government information and services, empowering them to actively participate in decision-making processes. Overall, a connected government is key for driving innovation, delivering citizen-centric services, and promoting effective governance in the digital age.

This page unfolds ICTA led initiatives to drive the government towards the realization of a Connected Government and the following documents serve as the basis through which such realization be fulfilled.

Connected Government for Sri Lanka_V 1.0

Annex 1 – National Digital Strategy 2030

Annex 2 – Sri Lanka Government Enterprise Architecture_V1.0

Annex 3 – An Integrated CB Approach for Gov Digital Transformation

Annex 4 – Digital Maturity Model for GoSL

Annex 5 – Digital Transformation Units

Annex 6 – CDIO Document

Annex 7 – Digital Government Competency Framework

Annex 8 – Use Cases for Connected Government