iGovTT is an award winning company based in Trinidad and Tobago whose primary business is the provision of ICT consulting and support services for Government, as well as the provision of value-added ICT support services to Government ministries and agencies.
An e-Commerce Secretariat was also initiated at the Ministry of Trade. In 2002, the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology merged with the Ministry of Human Development to form the Ministry of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education. This year also saw the reassignment of the Telecommunication Policy Unit from the Ministry of Science Technology and Tertiary Education to the Ministry of Public Administration and Information where the ICT Planning Secretariat was eventually founded and work began on the National ICT Strategy, fastforward.
In 2003, the e-Government Unit; the e-Commerce Secretariat; ICT Policy, Planning and Research Unit were all merged and the Telecommunication Policy Unit initiated. One year later, Cabinet approved the creation of the Information Communication Technology Division which was formally launched in September. In March of 2008, the ICT Division merged with the National Information Systems Centre (NISC) to form the National ICT Centre (NICTC). Finally, in 2009, Cabinet approved the transition of the NICTC to the state-owned company today trading as iGovTT.
ttconnect is an integrative model for government service delivery comprising five channels through which citizens can access government information and services. These channels are ttconnect Online, ttconnect Service Centres, ttconnect Self-Serve Kiosks, ttconnect Mobile, ttconnect Express Buses and the ttconnect Toll Free number – 800-TTCN.
GovNeTT is a secure wide area communications network which also allows Government Ministries and Agencies access to a host of applications such messaging services and Internet access.