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<ul><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>National ICT </p><p>Master Plan </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>Outline </p><p>Infrastructure and Universal Access to </p><p>1. Vision, Mission and Mandate of MoICT </p><p>2. Flagship projects </p><p>3. Key implementation issues </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>MoICT Vision, Mission &amp; Mandates </p><p>Vision Kenya becomes a globally competitive knowledge-based economy </p><p>Mission </p><p>To improve the quality of life of Kenyans by ensuring the availability </p><p>of accessible, universal, affordable, modern and high quality ICT </p><p>facilities and services within the Country </p><p>Mandates </p><p> Fiber Optics Infrastructure Management </p><p> Policy on Software Licensing Regime ICT Agency (E-Government, Kenya </p><p>ICT Board and Government Information Communication Technology Services </p><p> Provision of ICT consulting services on acquisition of ICT and telecommunication services and equipment to Government Ministries and Departments </p><p> Telecommunication Services Development of National </p><p>Communication Capacity and Infrastructure </p><p> Dissemination of Public Information </p><p> Language Policy Management Information Communication </p><p>Technology Broadcasting Policy Public Communications Promotion of E-government ICT Training Standards Development </p><p>and Administration Promotion of E-government Development of National </p><p>Communications Capacity and Infrastructure </p><p> Provision of the Public Relations Services </p><p> Promotion of Software Development Industry </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>Why have a Master Plan? </p><p> ICT has a critical role to play in driving the economic, social and political development of Kenya as espoused in Vision 2030 </p><p> The Master Plan is a roadmap to a knowledge economy. It helps Kenya transition to a Knowledge Society and Achieve real socio-economic growth </p><p> The ICT Master Plan addresses key challenges that may hinder the ICT sector from playing its rightful role in national development </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>Project Areas: </p><p>A. Integrated ICT infrastructure </p><p>B. Integrated info infrastructure </p><p>C. ICT human capital and workforce </p><p>D. e-Government services </p><p>E. ICT as a driver for industry </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>INTEGRATED ICT </p><p>INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>Project Area A: </p><p>Support provision of reliable, secure and </p><p>affordable connectivity across the country </p><p>to all citizens </p><p>OBJECTIVE </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>1 </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p><p>Increased coverage of national broadband infrastructure: 35% Households 100% Schools 100% Health centres </p><p> High quality of broadband </p><p> 99.99% availability high reliability secure (can be trusted) </p><p> Affordable broadband for citizens (cost as % of disposable income is benchmarked against MICs) </p><p> Additional 2.5% contribution to GDP </p><p>KEY OUTCOMES INTEGRATED ICT INFRASTRUCTURE </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>School community network Health community network Secure ICT infrastructure to all national and County </p><p>1 </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p><p>INTEGRATED ICT INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>FLAGSHIP PROJECTS </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>MoE School laptop project </p><p>Kenet/ ICTA </p><p> Integrated education management system </p><p> Education portal </p><p> Hotspots in schools </p><p>Outputs Activities </p><p> Implementation of the school laptop project </p><p> Automating creation of a schools network and its </p><p>connection to the Internet through the KENET </p><p>infrastructure on of education processes at all levels </p><p> Provision of education data, information and statistics </p><p>through an educational portal </p><p>Outcomes </p><p>INTEGRATED ICT INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>School Community Network 1 </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>MoH/ ICTA </p><p> Integrated national health management system </p><p> Health portal </p><p> Hotspots in health </p><p>centers </p><p>Outputs Activities </p><p> Development of ICT electronic courses for training of </p><p>trainers and the public on a massive scale. This will </p><p>require construction of large data centers and providing </p><p>broadband connectivity to schools, colleges and </p><p>universities by 2017 </p><p>Outcomes </p><p>INTEGRATED ICT INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>Health Community Network 2 </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>ICTA/ CAK </p><p> Private network roll-out by private network operators </p><p> NOFBI extension </p><p> GCCN extension </p><p> Mombasa as a regional internet exchange point </p><p> Hotspots in rural towns, </p><p>bus stations and other </p><p>public spaces </p><p> LANs in Govt buildings </p><p> Hotspots in public </p><p>institutions </p><p>Outputs Activities </p><p> Extension of ICT infrastructure to all National and </p><p>County Governments offices by Governments </p><p> Extension of quality and affordable broadband </p><p>infrastructure to underserved areas by the private </p><p>sector </p><p>Outcomes </p><p>INTEGRATED ICT INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>Affordable and quality broadband 3 </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>INTEGRATED INFO </p><p>INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>Project Area [B]: </p><p>Facilitate efficient and effective Government services Enhance data access and protection stewardship of public data and information </p><p>OBJECTIVE </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>1 </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p><p>Enhanced public data integrity that facilitates efficient and effective delivery of Government services Improved transparency and accountability through securely accessible public data and information, thereby promoting +ve international image of Kenya Improved Kenyas e-Government ranking in the world in line with the digital government philosophy (at least 15 points) </p><p>INTEGRATED INFO INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>KEY OUTCOMES </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>INTEGRATED INFO INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>Companies registry database as part of establishments data hub Integrated persons registry database as part of persons data hub National spatial data infrastructure (NSDI) as part of land data hub Assets registry database as part of assets data hub (e.g. vehicles, buildings, etc.) Middleware platform - This project will facility fast AND effective access to/sharing of national public data repositories for analytical and other MCDA purposes </p><p>FLAGSHIP PROJECTS </p><p>1 </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p><p>4 </p><p>5 </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p> Smart ID card </p><p> Drivers license system </p><p> Citizens portal providing </p><p> Huduma services </p><p>Outputs Activities </p><p> Set up an integrated persons data hub </p><p> Implementation of an integrated national persons </p><p>registry system and integration with existing persons </p><p>systems (e.g. IPRS) </p><p> Development of persons-related systems (Integrated </p><p>security, intelligence and surveillance system </p><p>Outcomes </p><p>INTEGRATED ICT INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>Personal Data Hubs 1 </p><p>Interior State </p><p>Department Persons Unique Identifier (NUPI) </p><p>AGs Office Universal single registration system </p><p> Integrated security, intelligence and surveillance system </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p> Smart ID card for livestock </p><p> Physical address system </p><p> Citizen portal on vehicle </p><p> registration tracking system </p><p>Outputs Activities </p><p> An assets management system (AMS) </p><p> A national physical addressing system (NPAS) </p><p> A transport information management system (TIMS) </p><p>Outcomes </p><p>INTEGRATED ICT INFRASTRUCTURE </p><p>Assets Data Hubs 2 </p><p>Treasury/ ICTA </p><p> Asset unique identifier </p><p> Assets management system </p><p>KRA/ NTSA/ </p><p>ICTA </p><p> National addressing system Transport information management system(TIMS) </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>ICT HUMAN CAPITAL &amp; </p><p>WORKFORCE </p><p>Project Area [C]: </p><p> Develop a critical mass of local high-end ICT skills Develop ICT ready workforce Increase digital literacy of citizens Strengthen ICTAs leadership and ICT capacity </p><p>OBJECTIVE </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>1 </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p><p>Availability of sustainable local high end ICT skills to meet the needs of the industry Adequate workforce to transform and innovate business using ICT ICT literate population capable of exploiting ICT products and services for improved quality of life </p><p>ICT HUMAN CAPITAL &amp; WORKFORCE </p><p>OUTCOMES </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>ICT HUMAN CAPITAL &amp; WORKFORCE </p><p>Establish 5 CoEs in education and training of high end Electrical Eng., Computer Sc. and Information Systems professionals Finance a 1-2 year intensive structured training and attachment program producing 500 graduates per year Attract top quality global universities to offer ICT programs in Konza Technocity Develop MOOCs-type ICT continuous education courses for training of trainers and the public </p><p>FLAGSHIP PROJECTS </p><p>1 </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p><p>4 </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p> Enactment of KOTDA bill </p><p>Outputs Activities </p><p> 5 CoEs in local universities including new teaching laboratories </p><p> 75% doctoral level faculty in computer science, engineering and </p><p>information systems. In order to retain the high-end faculty there </p><p>will be a need to introduce new reward systems, attract </p><p>expatriates and provide scholarships </p><p>Outcomes </p><p>Centers of Excellence in ICT </p><p>education and training </p><p>1 </p><p>ES&amp;T State Dept, </p><p>KOTDA/ Uni/ </p><p>ICTA </p><p> Attract Global ICT brand universities to start postgraduate ICT programs in Konza Technopolis </p><p> Fund of CoEs in ICT education and training </p><p>ICT HUMAN CAPITAL &amp; WORKFORCE </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>E-GOVERNMENT </p><p>SERVICES </p><p>Project Area [D] </p><p>Offer consistent, integrated, e-government citizen centric services OBJECTIVE </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>1 </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p><p>Increased public value of e-Govt services with 50% of adults accessing at least one e-service 8 out of 10 users being very satisfied with the quality of GoK electronic services Enhanced digital presence and economic competitiveness using ICT, thereby improving the e-gov ranking and ease of doing business rank internationally by at least 15 places by 2017 </p><p>E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES </p><p>OUTCOMES </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES </p><p>Universal single registration system for persons and the associated Huduma services Company registry system and the associated Huduma services National land information management system, relying on a National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) and the associated Huduma services Conducive legal and regulatory framework to address gaps </p><p>FLAGSHIP PROJECTS </p><p>1 </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p><p>4 </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>ICT AS A DRIVER OF </p><p>INDUSTRY </p><p>Project Area [E] </p><p> Automate processes in the product and service delivery value chains across various economic sectors </p><p> Grow number of ITES companies and the range of services provided </p><p> Grow and monitor the local ICT industry </p><p>OBJECTIVE </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>ICT AS A DRIVER OF INDUSTRY </p><p>Integrated security, intelligence and surveillance system, including the ICT infrastructure to police stations National payment gateway National electronic single window system National agriculture commodity exchange School laptop project, including: </p><p> review of school curricula conversion of courseware into digital ICT training for teachers broadband internet connectivity to the schools </p><p>FLAGSHIP PROJECTS </p><p>1 </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p><p>4 </p><p>5 </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>1 Additional 1.5% contribution to GDP by 2017/18 (indirect and very difficult to measure) A Science and Technology Park and ITES Centre in Konza Techno City and connected to other innovation hubs as part of scaling up ICT innovations Scale up commercialization of ICT innovations </p><p>ICT AS A DRIVER OF INDUSTRY </p><p>FLAGSHIP PROJECTS </p><p>2 </p><p>3 </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p> S&amp;T Parks in selected </p><p>counties </p><p>Outputs Activities </p><p> Establish a Science and Technology Park and ITES Centre in </p><p>Konza Techno City and connected to other innovation hubs and </p><p>clusters </p><p> Implement a program to support commercialization of ICT </p><p>innovations </p><p>Outcomes </p><p>Scaling up ICT Innovation 1 </p><p>KOTDA/ ES&amp;T State Dept/ </p><p>ICT State Dept/ </p><p>Industrialization/ </p><p>ICTA </p><p> A Science and Technology Park and ITES Centre in Konza Techno City </p><p> ICT Hubs </p><p> Program to support commercialization of ICT innovations </p><p>ICT AS A DRIVER OF INDUSTRY </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>KEY IMPLEMENTATION </p><p>ISSUES </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>Govt funding Consolidate all Ministries ICT budgets by 2015/2016 for flagship ICT projects Increase ICT from 0.3% to 5% of National and County government budgets </p><p>from 2015/2016 Use USF (0.5% of turn-over of ICT operators and service providers) from </p><p>2015/2016 Use Equalization Fund to fund ICT projects in marginalized counties from </p><p>2014/2015 Use NRF (2% GDP) to finance ICT innovations </p><p>Private Sector suitable incentives and PPP arrangements to fund some flagship projects Development partners to fund Kenyas priorities Capital markets e.g. ICT infrastructure bonds Small Business Administration Agency to provide government guarantee to the commercial banks to facilitate financing of ICT innovations by 2015/2016 </p><p>FINANCING </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>Centralized MoICT budget for shared services For all shared services, including communications connectivity (LANs, </p><p>WANs, BB links, etc.); data centres and servers; software licenses; &amp; computing devices </p><p>ICTA will provide clear SLAs to MCDAs consuming the shared services Ministry budgets for functional systems </p><p>For specific business systems in the different Ministries, the functional aspects of the system will belong to the Ministry Common items such as the Data Centre, Database platforms etc, will leverage on the Shared Services and will be provisioned accordingly ICTA will work with the specific Ministry to deliver the required functionality to ensure seamless integration and interoperability </p><p>Ministry budgets for end-user equipment &amp; consumables Guidelines &amp; standards will be used to streamline all these procurements Use of framework contracting will be introduced to ease and streamline this component as well. </p><p>ICT BUDEGT DOMAINS </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>Inadequate capacity in ICTA in: Project management, engineering, and information systems capacity Advanced ICT and engineering project management capacity Information systems professionals </p><p>Cross-cutting perception ICTA is perceived as a statutory body under the ICT State Dept rather than an ICT leader with oversight over all flagship ICT projects, which are cross-cutting Address this through an oversight comm chaired by HE </p><p>Need to review ICTA terms of service Re-classify ICTA in the top public sector enterprises This will enhance ability to recruit and retain high-end ICT professionals </p><p>Need to transform ICTA culture Become result-oriented and where the remuneration is competitive </p><p>ICT INSITUTIONAL ISSUES </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ICT MASTER PLAN </p><p>2014 - 2017 </p><p>Collection of M&amp;E data Enhance the capacity of KNBS to collect ICT data on a regular basis based on ICT sector indicators (Annex 3) CAK and other governmental bodies like ICTA to pool their resources and support KNBS in its mandate of collecting credible ICT demand-side data. The data would then be shared across all sectors Govt to finance at least one ICT Observatory that shall analyze the data collected by KNBS for different sectors and prepare sector specific M&amp;E reports. The Observatory could be at a University-based research center or an umbrella research organization </p><p>M&amp;E data analysis ICT State Dept to build capacity for ICT M&amp;E data...</p></li></ul>