Divisions

Government Information and Communication Technology Services Division

Objective

To provide expertise and services on e- Government, e-Security policies; Human Capital and Administrative Systems to the Public Service.

Functions

  • To develop, monitor, evaluate and review implementation of e- Government and e-Security policies, legislations, guidelines, manuals and strategies;
  • To develop and manage ICT Human Capital and Administrative Systems; and
  • To provide ICT support to the Office (PO-PSMGG).

The Division will be led by a Director and will have two (2) Sections as follows:-

  • ICT Policy and Standards Section; and
  • ICT Systems and Services Section.

 

1.1.1   ICT Policy and Standards Section

The Section will perform the following activities:-

  • Develop,  monitor, evaluate and review implementation of e- Government and e-Security policies, legislations, guidelines, manuals and strategies;
  • Develop, monitor, evaluate and review implementation of Best ICT Security Practices Manual;
  • Create awareness and build capacity of e- Government and e-Security policies, legislations, guidelines and manuals;
  • Monitor and evaluate performance of e-Government Agency;
  • Provide technical advice on ICT in the Public Service; and
  • Carryout studies and impact assessments of e-Government and e-Security policies and advice.

The Section will be led by an Assistant Director.

 

1.1.2   ICT Systems and Services Section.

The Section will perform the following activities:-

  • Design, install, administer, maintain and manage Human Capital Management and Administrative Systems;
  • Develop and implement Business Continuity Plan and Recovery strategy for Human Capital Management and Administrative Systems;
  • Develop and review Human Capital Management and administrative systems manuals and guidelines;
  • Provide technical advice on Human Capital Management and administrative systems to MDAs and LGAs;
  • Build and maintain Human Capital Management and administrative systems reports based and user requirements;
  • Carryout studies and impact assessments on Human Capital Management and administrative systems;
  • Implement ICT and e-Government policy;
  • Develop and coordinate Integrated Information and Communication Technology for the Office;
  • Ensure that hardware and software are well maintained;
  • Coordinate and provide support on procurement of software and hardware in the Office;
  • Establish and coordinate use of electronic mail communications on LAN and WAN; and
  • Carryout studies and propose areas of using ICT as an instrument to improve service delivery to the whole Office.

The Section will be led by an Assistant Director.