The OGCIO strives to ensure that the Government Broadband Network is safe and secure at all times, using the latest technologies and easily accessible to all Government employees throughout Vanuatu. It also strives to ensure sound policy design and development enabling increased connectivity and ease of use for all citizensRead more
CERT Vanuatu (CERT VU) is the central cyber security information and incident response hub for Vanuatu. We work alongside government agencies and other international and national partners help Vanuatu to be more resilience to cyber-attacks.Read more
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Welcome to the Website of the Office of Government Chief Information Officer. We are very happy that you have chosen to browse our website and take time to learn about our organization. We hope that it will be informative and useful to you.The Office of the Government CIO was established by the Vanuatu Council of ministers on the 23th November 2011, mandated by a decision number 109-2011.
Our goal is to make sure that ICT is an enabler to bring the government closer to the people.
With our islands being separated by water, the Government must now see after 40 years that ICT is the enabler to ensure all citizens throughout Vanuatu continue to receive government services but more importantly well-resourced with the information to empower them by way of enabling them to become strong and resilient in their daily livelihoods....
As you browse our web pages, we encourage you to contact us with feedbacks you might have about issued papers and policies that will be shared publicly on our website. We want to make our pages a good source of current ICT information for our citizens and visitors to our community.
Thank you for your interest in ICT in Vanuatu.
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ICTs have a strong potential to transform education of our children, expand and improve government services, make us more resilient in the face of natural disasters, preserve and promote our culture”.
This National Cybersecurity Policy (the Policy) sets out the Goals, Policies and Objectives for the Republic of Vanuatu in maximizing safety and security in relation to the use of information and communication technology (ICT).
From 1st January 2018, 98 percent of the Vanuatu population had (and continue having after this date) access to telecommunications services.