ICT

ICT

Digital Government Master Plan

The Government of Kiribati is committed to transforming the delivery of public services and using digital solutions to enhance good governance. This is well in line with national policies, the Government Manifesto and the 20-year vision for Kiribati, KV20. The Government Manifesto declares about the improvement of the Management Information System: work will be undertaken to improve the collection, the production, the storing and release of data and news using the latest technology that is safe and efficient.

Kiribati National Cybersecurity Strategy 2020

The government recognised ICT as an enabler and a driver in our pursuit for social and economic development for a sustainable prosperity in this digital era. The government is fully aware of risks and threats involved in this interconnected and interdependence world of Information and Communication Technologies, however the potential of ICT by far outweighs these risks and threats. The government does not only recognise the importance of Cybersecurity but is equally aware about the challenges in protecting ICT.

National ICT Policy 2019

This policy, an updated version describes the ongoing activities paved from the last policy 2011 captivating new commitments and plan to ensure every citizens of Kiribati have access to a full range of modern technologies in a more secured environment.  

The National ICT policy 2019 recognises ICT has the key enabler to improve economic and social developments and with innovative new technologies to filling the gaps in our service coverage. It also maps out our plan to develop eGovernment and digital infrastructure in line with the broader objectives of the KV20.

POSMO in use by Tabiteuea North people

A rangin kakaitau man kamoamoa kain Tabiteuea meang imwin waakinan te POSMO iaon aia abamakoro are e moa kabonganaana man te week ae e nako.  Te POSMO bon te waaki ni kanakomwane are karioaki ao n karaoaki ao ni kabobongaki man te ICT Division n te Botaki n itoman ao mwamwananga. Bukin karaoan te waaki ni kanakomwane aio bwa e na kona n tawe riki ao n bebete aron kawaina ao kabonganakina irouia te botannaomata.

Kiribati Connectivity Project

The Project will finance construction of the EMC, a regional submarine cable system connecting Tarawa, in Kiribati, with Nauru as well as Kosrae and Pohnpei (both in the FSM).

The Project development objective is to reduce the cost and increase the availability of Internet services in Kiribati.

Communications Act 2013

The Communication Act 2013 implements the Government of Kiribati‟s policy for the reform of the ICT sector adopted in April 2011. The central objective of that policy is to achieve open and competitive communications markets in Kiribati. International experience suggests that competition will deliver significant social and economic benefits, through improved services, lower prices, and broader coverage.