Connected Kenya National ICT Masterplan 2012-17 Inclusion. Innovation. Beyond Broadband.Ministry of Information and Communications
Vision• Kenya becomes Africa’s most globally respected knowledge economy
By 2017. . .1. Every citizen, resident, home and institution will be connected through a countrywide robust, accessible and affordable ICT infrastructure.
By 2017. . .2. Kenya will become the leading ICT Hub in African attracting leading global players and generating globally respected local entrepreneurship and innovation.
By 2017. . .3. Public Services will be available to all citizens through ICT. ICT will enable a truly open and efficient Government delivering meaningful value to citizens.
By 2017. . .4. Kenya will be a Knowledge Based Economy. All Kenyans will be able to use ICT to improve their knowledge, businesses and livelihood. ICT will contribute greatly to Kenya’s economic growth.
The Strategic PillarsThe foundational programs through whichthe 2017 outcomes will be achieved
1. Meeting Citizen Needs Implement an integrated approach towards provision of public services to citizens through national networks for health, education agriculture, financial services, and market places
2. Developing ICT Business Foster the development of a globally competitive ICT industry as an enabler of the provision of citizen services and transformative businesses
3. Infusing ICT as a Driver of Industry Transformation of key Vision 2030 economic sectors to significantly enhance their productivity and global competitiveness and propel Kenya’s economic growth
1. Integrated Country Positioning Integrate Kenya’s ICT agenda into local and international communication including policy, political and diplomatic initiatives to promote Kenya’s innovation and Konza Technology City
2. Citizen Inclusion Deploy integrated, open and secure national networks across all technology domains with an emphasis on shared access, growing national capacity and inclusion of all citizens
3. Integrated and Open Public Services Platform Minimize duplication and create true integration in the investment in public services ICT to enable best practice application of shared services, national data infrastructure, open data, and policy frameworks
Vision: Key Outcomes:Kenya becomes 1.Every citizen connectedAfrica’s most globally 2.Kenya is Africa’s ICT Hubrespected knowledgeeconomy 3.Public Services for all 4.A society built on knowledgeStrategic Pillars: Core Projects 1. Citizen end to end services, 1. Meeting citizen 2. Developing ICT 3. Infusing ICT as a • Target 80% Kenyan Households needs Businesses driver of industry Develop an integrated Foster the development Transformation of key 2. IT Industries development & Innovation approach to access of of globally competitive Vision 2030 economic • 50,000 jobs public services by ICT industry as an sectors to significantly citizens through national enabler of the provision enhance their productivity • 500 new organizations networks for health, of citizen services and and global • 20 global facing innovations education agriculture, transformative competitiveness and financial services, and businesses propel Kenya’s economic 3. ICT-in-Industry market places growth • Impact on GDP +25% • 60% automation of SMEs Egovernment Kenya ICT Board Private Sector 4. Human Capacity • Research and Development centres of excellenceFoundational Pillars: • Curriculum intervention1. Integrated Country Positioning:Integrate Kenya’s ICT agenda into local and international communication including policy, Core Projectspolitical and diplomatic initiatives to promote Kenya’s innovation and Konza Technology City 1. doITin Kenya campaign 1. Konza City Marketing 2. International and local ICT positioning2. Citizen Inclusion:Deploy integrated, open and secure national networks across all technology domains with an 2. Next generation super-broadband networksemphasis on shared access, growing national capacity and inclusion of all citizens 1. Enhanced NOFBI 2. Thematic super networks (Health, Agriculture, education, Trade) 1. World Class Government Shared services backbone & Citizen3. Integrated & Open Public Services Platform: end to service servicesMinimize duplication and create true integration in the investment in public services ICT to enable 1. Shared Services centrebest practice application of shared services, national data infostructure, open data, and policy 2. Citizen services centreframeworks 3. Core shared services applications (lands, and citizen service applications
Masterplan Formulation Team• Ministry of Information and Communications• National Communications Secretariat• Directorate of e-Government• Kenya IT and Outsourcing Society• Kenya ICT Board
Next Steps• Stakeholder feedback and input process, April May 2012• Finalization of detailed drafting May 2012• End May 2012