The Ministry of Communications and Digitalisation is spearheading a series of initiatives to digitise all public service institutions.
Among these initiatives are the digitalisation of the Registrar General’s Department and the Birth and Death Registry; E-Procurement, E-Justice, E-Immigration and E-Parliament.
The Deputy Minister for Communications and Digitalisation, Ama Pomaa Boateng, disclosed this at a public lecture to commemorate the 2022 Civil Service Week in Accra.
The 2022 Civil Service Week celebration is themed: “Digitalisation in the Civil Service of Ghana: An Agenda for Improved Productivity and Service Delivery.”
She added that the introduction of the Smart Workplace was part of a broader digital transformation agenda, geared toward a more efficient and cost-effective work process, increasing productivity, increasing usage of technology, increasing flexibility and having a better work-life balance.
She said the Ministry was ready to collaborate with the Civil Service to build a supportive environment to fast-track the digitalization of all institutions under the Service.
Freda Dedzie, ISD