E-Government coming soon to Cayman, says Suckoo

| 12/09/2013

(CNS Business): The very survival of the Cayman Islands’ financial services industry depends on the development of e-government, according the man now heading this branch of government. Working towards the day when individuals and businesses can do all their government business online, including work permit and trade and business applications, Alva Suckoo said the vision for the future – and coming soon – is to make standing in line or having to physically go to a government department a rarity. With Cayman lagging behind competing jurisdictions in moving government interaction with the public online, Suckoo, a first term Bodden Town MLA with a wealth of private sector experience in the field, has been appointed as councellor in the Home Affairs Ministry to coordinate and advise on this initiative. Read more on CNS Business

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