The position of Chief Information Officer (CIO) and the Office of the Government CIO (OGCIO) were established by the Vanuatu Council of Ministers on 23 November 2011, in decision number 109-2011. OGCIO was made part of the Prime Minister's Office.
OGCIO has 2 main FOCI. First, to encourage the spread of ICTs (Information and Communications Technologies) in society to efficiently and effectively achieve an educated, healthy and wealthy Vanuatu.
Second, to lead the iGov Initiative (the Integrated Government Initiative), which uses world-class-e-government solutions and ICTs to bring better service delivery methods to all ministries and agencies, and ultimately to Vanuatu's residents and businesses.
The graphic below shows the organizational placement of the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) within the Government of Vanuatu, and also the main OGCIO divisions. The Chief Information Officer answers directly to the Prime Minister and briefs him regularly on ICT developments. The Technical Advisory Group (TAG) is composed of the IT or ICT officers in the various ministries and agencies.
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR OFFICE, VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT OGCIO.GOV.VU