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The institutional framework for e-Government includes:
The Cabinet Committee on ICT (chaired by the Minister of State for Provincial Administration and National Security and members are the Minister for Finance, the Minister for Tourism, Minister for Information and Communications, the Minister for Education, the Minister for Higher-Education Science and Technology, the Minister for Transport), which oversees the implementation of the e-Government Strategy;
The Permanent Secretaries Committee which consists of Permanent Secretaries and Accounting Officers. This Committee is charged with coordination of the implementation of the e-Government initiatives. It is chaired by the Head of the Public Service and provides the institutional support and ownership needed to marshal resources and manpower to expedite the implementation of e-Government. The Committee meets at least once a month.
At the level of the Ministries, e-Government Committees exist to review the various ICT policy initiatives in the Ministries, undertake audit of the ICT capacity, establish support to the Ministerial Policy Mandate, identify technical and institutional gaps and inadequacies, and make recommendations on the way forward. Each Committee is chaired by the Permanent Secretary in the ministry and consists of the Head of the Central Planning Unit, the Chief Finance Officer, Senior Principal Personnel Officer, Deputy Secretary/Administration and Head of ICT Unit. The Ministerial Committee meets once a month.
The Directorate of e-Government under the Head of Public Service is the Steering Technical Team which serves as the e- Government Secretariat, charged with the coordination and preparation of the e-Government Strategy including the implementation plan, and monitoring and evaluation of the process.