Former COO at C&W takes on e-gov challenge

| 12/12/2014

(CNS Business): TheCabinet office has appointed Ian Tibbetts to take on the task of dragging the Cayman Islands Government into the 21st century and help it provide many more services via the internet. A former chief operating officer with Cable and Wireless with extensive communications experience, the new director of e-government has been given the challenge of getting public services online and meeting the policy objectives to cut the cost of service delivery and make CIG more effective and efficient. Having taken up the post at the beginning of this month, Tibbetts will lead the development of technology and systems in the public sector to allow people to do business with government, including the financial services sector. Read more on CNS Business

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Just copy what other countries are doing for the last 20 years.

  2. James Mclean says:

    Good luck with that…why just not give CSD proper funding and change mgt? 

  3. James Mclean says:

    Good luck with that…why just not give CSD proper funding and change mgt? 

  4. Anonymous says:

    Good luck.   As soon as you identify cost cutting which entails locals losing their jobs, it will be stopped or failing that you will be allowed to implement e government but with the same number of staff.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Oh thank god. 

    I think we should start a list of items that can so easily be automated, and at the same time save the civil service millions of dollars a year. 

    #1 Police clearance certificates……..