Tel: (473) 440-2271/72/74

  

Email: ict@gov.gd

Overview

The Information and Communication Technology Unit is headed by the ICT Director.
 
VISION STATEMENT
The Vision of the ICT Unit is to “Provide cost effective innovative technology solutions to increase efficiency and productivity within the Government Service”.
 
MISSION STATEMENT
The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Unit is “Responsible for the innovation, implementation and advancement of Information and Communication Technology by:
  • Providing Support to our stakeholders
  • Managing and developing ICT solutions, and
  • Facilitating communication links to our stakeholders”
SCOPE
The scope of the ICT Unit is the administration of:
  • The LAN infrastructure including cabling, switches, servers which are the backbone of the Government’s communication platform;
  • Operating systems for servers, computers to ensure that they are operating optimally with the latest versions;
  • Information Systems Development to enhance the operations and decision making processes throughout the Government Service;
  • Intranet, Internet (Web Development);
  • Equipment / Service: PCs, Laptops, Printers, Scanners, Plotters, IP Phones, Servers, and Cloud Solutions;
  • Training of MICT staff in the efficient use of the above;
Contact one of the following IT professionals for assistance:
Systems Administrator, Ext. 4028
Service Desk, Ext. 3054
IT Technician, Ext. 4241
Webmaster, Ext. 4030
 
The office is located on the 4th Floor of the Ministerial Complex at the Botanical Gardens in St. George’s.

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Contact Information

ICT Unit
Ministerial Complex, Botanical Gardens
St. George’s, Grenada, W.I.
Tel: (473) 440-2271/72/74
Extensions:
3054/4028/4203/4210/4031/4030/4241
 
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About Us

The ICT Unit now forms part of the Ministry of Communications, Works, Physical Development, Public Utilities, ICT & Community Development and reports directly to the Permanent Secretary - ICT. The role of the ICT Unit continues to be vitally important in both setting direction across the government and in monitoring the maturity and development of ICT capability within government agencies.

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