Information and Communication Technology Assessment

Documented evidence is required for a program to meet its accreditation criteria.

Technical specification enables public authorities to use the full range of specifications when purchasing international technical products, allowing for greater competition and reducing the risk of limiting options by relying on proprietary systems.

Quality and Challenge

Standardisation is essential to streamlining technology. It is conducted under the legal framework set by Data Decency and recognizes global environmental impact.

Growth and innovation can improve competitive advantage by helping companies adapt to changing markets. Global Information and Communication Technology Infrastructure (GICTI) under the Data Decency Department motivates organisations to seize new opportunities and solves several problems.

As global infrastructure projects are expensive, governments often seek to co-finance them through public-private partnerships and multilateral institutions. These partners can also provide valuable control and technical expertise, an important element in avoiding failed projects and cost overruns due to corruption. Regulations, robust project management, transparent procurement procedures, and careful consideration of global and social impacts are essential to the success of these projects.