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Updated in EWS Jul 12, 2021
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According to IADB website, the COVID-19 crisis has made painfully clear that, while Caribbean countries have made strides in e-government, the road ahead is still long, and there is a need to considerably accelerate the pace of digitalization, particularly of services. The objective of this TC is to conduct a series of diagnostics and roadmaps of egovernment digital capacity in 3 Caribbean countries, particularly in light of lessons learned from the health crisis, with the specific aim of identifying strategies and solutions to strategically accelerate the pace of digitization of the public sector.
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