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Egypt’s ICT Strategy 2014 -2017


Egypt ICT Strategy 2013-2017 is a reflection of the ICT sector interest to adopt the democratic revolution witnessed by the Egyptian society by all its targets. The strategy aims at investing in Egyptian potentials, with new perspectives regarding effective society participation and good penetration tackling ways of achieving the digital citizenship through innovative technology applications.



Date Published: Feb 2013

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Feb 2013

Egypt ICT Sector Policies present ICT policies in Egypt (2012 – 2017), including: Green ICT, Arabic e-Content, Cloud Computing, Digital Identity, Data Access, e-Commerce, Mobile Applications, PCs for Education, Open-Source Applications, and People with Disabilities (PWDs) Information Access.



Jun 2007

Egypt's ICT Strategy Flyer 2007 | 2010 provides a summary of the Egypt ICT Strategy during this period. The strategy reflects people's requirements with respect to e-access, education, health, e-content and government services, essential for Egypt's socioeconomic development. Egypt's ICT Strategy reflects its commitment to using ICT to further sustainable human development and build an information society capable of capitalizing on the emerging knowledge revolution.



Jun 2007

This Flyer provides a summary of the Egypt ICT Strategy 2007-2010. The strategy reflects people's requirements with respect to e-access, education, health, e-content and government services, which are essential for Egypt's socioeconomic development, MCIT's 2007-10 Development Strategy reflects its commitment to using ICT to further sustainable human development and build an information society capable of capitalizing on the emerging knowledge revolution.



Oct 2005

An outline of the initiatives implemented to bolster Egypt's transition into a fully-fledged information society while simultaneously addressing internal development issues through R&D, total domestic e-Access as well as the implementation of adaptable regulatory procedures in order to attract foreign investment.



Dec 2003

The document outlines Egypt's vision of building the Information Society and bridging the digital divide together with a closer look at the country's Egyptian Information Society Initiative (EISI), which has been structured around seven major tracks: e-readiness, e-learning, e-government, e-business, e-health, e-culture and ICT export initiative.


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