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Kenya holds ICT Masterplan 2017 forum on 20 March

Wednesday 19 March 2014 | 11:19 CET | News
The ICT ministry is inviting stakeholders to a public consultation forum on the Connected Kenya ICT Masterplan 2017. The Masterplan was first launched in February 2013 and is a five year plan. It covers the vision 2030 pillars as well as focuing on other functional areas. The 20 March event will be a 2-hour public forum to help finalise the work and come up with a final report. The public forum is targeting 200 people from the private sector, public sector, academia and civil society and it is proposed that it be held at the Kenya School of Government.

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