The Department of Information Technology & Telecom, MoIC would like to invite licensed Bhutanese firms for the Development of Government Website Standards and gov.bt portal. The bid document is available for download till April 20, 2017.
Further details are provided in the bid document.
In terms of Section 1.6.13 of the Finance and Accounting Manual promulgated by the Ministry of Finance , the Royal Audit Authority (RAA) operates a current account styled “Audit Recoveries Accounts” outside the Government Consolidated Fund for the deposit and management of audit recoveries remitted to it on its instance.
Audit Recoveries Format Notification
The Department of Information Technology and Telecom, Ministry of Information and Communications launched the Government Data Center, located at Thimphu Tech Park Ltd(TTPL) today. The inaugural ceremony was graced by Hon’ble Secretary, Ministry of Information and Communications, and Ms.Esha Shrivastava, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of India. Currently, 22 critical government systems are hosted in the GDC simultaneously offering more than 40 services including various G2C, G2G and G2B services.The project was funded by the Government of India under Project Tied Assistance(PTA) program.
On the auspicious and joyous occasion of the Birth Anniversary of His Majesty the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, The Department of IT and Telecom, Ministry of Information and Communications offers our solemn prayers and best wishes for the long life, good health and perpetual happiness of The Druk Gyalpo, The Gyaltsuen and The Gyalsey.
The Government Enterprise Architecture, e-GIF (eGovernment Interoperability Framework) of Royal Government of Bhutan, lead by Department of Information Technology and Telecom, Ministry of Information and Communications was awarded the Open Group 2017 Awards for Innovation and excellence in Enterprise Architecture.
The award was received by the e-GIF working team, and the Director of DITT at the Open Group India Conference held in Bengaluru India on 8th and 9th of February,2017.
On the auspicious and joyous occasion of the First Birth Anniversary of His Royal Highness the Gyalsey Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck, Department of IT and Telecom offers our solemn prayers and best wishes for the long life, good health and perpetual happiness of The Druk Gyalpo, The Gyaltsuen and The Gyalsey.
Hon’ble MoIC Minister and Ambassador of India to Bhutan inaugurated today, the Bhutan Immediate Payment Service (BIPS). With this electronic fund transfer service citizens can now instantly transfer through multiple channels such as Internet, Mobile and ATMs. This is service made available by the RMA and DITT, MoIC in collaboration with the banks and G2C Office. This project was funded by the Government of India.
A class of 24 ICT officials from 7 Dzongkhags and various ministries/agencies in Thimphu has embarked on “Android Mobile Application Development” training TTPL, IT Park, Babesa from 9th January 2017. This will be three weeks course focusing on building the basics and ensuring the best practices on developing an application on Android. With this training the department expects the trained ICT officials to come up with creative mobile applications that renders public service delivery.
DITT welcomed 8 new Assistant ICTOs and 2 Communication & Electronics Engineers this year. They are currently attending orientation program organized by DITT which started from the 9th of this month. The program will continue for two months covering various topics including the roles of the Divisions under the department and the various projects, understanding the roles and responsibilities of ICT professionals, and basics of Network Monitoring & Management, Security policy, website development, Government Email administration, among many others. After the orientation the Asst.
Department of Information Technology and Telecom (DITT) hosted two days event to formally launch the DrukREN-TEIN (Asi@Connect) link and technical workshop on telemedicine on 20th August 2019 followed by presentations on network
management on 21st August, 2019.
The Bhutan Computer Incident Response Team(BtCIRT) under Department of IT and Telecom, MoIC is organising a week long workshop on secure coding supported by Asi@Connect and Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre(APNIC). The workshop has over 50 participants with application developers and administrators from various sectors including Colleges, ISPs, Banks, Bhutan Power Corporation, Government Agencies and the Private Sector.
The 19th APT Policy and Regulatory Forum (PRF-19) begins here at Thimphu. The forum is being organized by the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT) and hosted by the Ministry of Information and Communications (MoIC) of Bhutan. Three days forum will see discussion on the ICT policies and regulation, digital inclusion, emerging technology, digital identity etc..It is been attend by all APT Members, Associate Members, Affiliate Members, International/Regional Organizations.