Towards Paperless Government Administration.
Transforming governance through ICT has been given a shot in the arm with the implementation of a Government e-Workspace System for 102 Government Organizations.
The challenges of making health services accessible for all citizens and meeting the millennium development goal of reducing child mortality and improving maternal health by 2015 has engendered the need to employ innovation. The ICT has been identified as a driver to facilitate this unitive aimed at extending health services for all through an e-health project.
As part of the e-Government Network Infrastructure being deployed by NITA and Huawei Technologies (GH) S.A. Ltd., all exiting 30 WiMAX BTSs installed accross the nation has been successfully upgraded to 4G LTE Base Station, to serve as the last mile solution. Subsiquently all new network connections being installed on an incremental bases of 30 Base Stations in 2014 to 2015 to cover all Districts in the Country.
See below the regional distribution of the WiMAX - LTE Upgrade
As clearly specified in Act 771, which established the National Information Technology Agency, the governing body of the Agency is a Board of Directors appointed by the President of the Republic of Ghana in accordance with article 70 of the 1992 Constitution.