The president, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama has in accordance with the advice of the Governing board of National Information Technology Agency, given in consultation with the Public Service Commission, has authorized the confirmation of appointment of Mr. George Atta-Boateng as Director-General of the National Information Technology Agency.
Wednesday, 23 March, 2016
The .gh domain is critical for Ghana’s digital presence, Dr. Edward Omane Boamah, Minister of Communications, has said. .gh is Ghana’s country code top-level domain (CCTLD)
As part of Government of Ghana’s agenda to build a knowledge-based society that leverages Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) as an enabler for sustainable development and improving the overall efficiency and effectiveness of public sector agencies
Mr. William Tevie, Director General of National Information Technology has received the 2015 ICT Industry Personality Award at the 5th Ghana Telecom Awards
President John Dramani Mahama yesterday inaugurated the Eastern Corridor Fiber Optic Backbone Infrastructure Project at Ho in the Volta Region.
Wednesday, 19 March, 2015
Online payment has been a major challenge and has stifled e-commerce in this part of the world. Countries like Ghana, Nigeria and some other West African countries are refused online payment due to perceive online fraud.
As part of the e-Government initiatives under the e-Ghana project, the National Information Technology Agency (NITA), an Agency established by the Ministry of Communications is implementing the e-Services and Government e-Commerce project to support operations of government services online.
As clearly specified in Act 771, which established the National Information Technology Agency, the governing body of the Agency is a Board of Directors appointed by the President of the Republic of Ghana in accordance with article 70 of the 1992 Constitution.
Thursday, 16 June, 2013
The Government of Ghana is in the process of deploying a Correspondence Management System for 102 MDAs and MMDAs under Phase II of the e-Government project being implemented by the NITA (Ministry of Communications)
Thursday, 4 April, 2013
The Ministry of Communications is finalizing work on the broadband policy which will engage industry stakeholders on how to make broadband.
The policy framework, when completed, will facilitate the provision of affordable access to broadband offices and businesses by 2015.
Date: 7 March 2013
Huawei Ghana said it has successfully completed the US$30 million phase one of the e-government project and has begun work on the US$150 million phase two.
The company gave the announced this at the recent launch of the phase two of the e-government project in Accra.
The first phase of Ghana’s $30 million Data Centre and Wide Area Network (WAN) project which is over 95% complete will be ready by the end of July 2011