Zim To Modernise, Automate Systems By 2028 Toward Vision 2030 – Muswere

Zimbabwe is on course to attaining Vision 2030 earlier by two years, as far as the implementation of the Information Communication and Technology Systems Integration Strategy is concerned.
The move is meant to automate work processes to enhance efficiency and effectiveness as well as modernise systems in line with Vision 2030.

Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage, Hon Kazembe Kazembe is leading the process according to Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister, Dr Jenfan Muswere, who confirmed this to TechnoMag yesterday during a post-Cabinet briefing.

Minister Muswere said Zimbabwe will achieve the desired results before the 2030 deadline which the government had initially set.
He added that the Cabinet had received an update on the Ministry of Home Affairs ICT Systems Integration Strategy presented by Hon Kazembe Kazembe.

“The implementation of the project should facilitate ease of doing business, which is the Second Republic’s mantra. The Ministry is moving forward in implementing the Strategy to modernise and automate systems and contribute to the early attainment of Vision 2030 in 2028 as pronounced by His Excellency the President.”

“As the nation may recall, the Integrated Information and Communication Technology Systems Strategy in the Ministry of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage aims at automating work processes to enhance efficiency and effectiveness, and to integrate Information Technology (ICT) systems within the Ministry as well as with outsiders,” he said.

Minister Muswere also said this strategy includes the following pillars; the Zimbabwe Population Registry System, the Online Border Management System, the Police Integrated Information Management System, the Traffic Management System, the Forensic Laboratory Management System, and the Electronic Document and Records Management System.

“While the Strategy is being implemented in phases, some progress has been recorded under the different pillars. Highlights include the following: the Zimbabwe Population Registry System has seen 73 Registry offices being computerised, with the e-passport services being installed at seven provincial and eight district Registry offices.”

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