Traffy Fondue set for expansion and upgrade to improve digital government

Government agencies should use the Traffy Fondue platform to more efficiently solve issues for people and promote digital government, Minister of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation Supamas Issaraphakdi said on Friday.She made the remark during a ceremony at the ministry’s headquarters in Bangkok to ...

The Nation Reporter

Thailand’s Digital Transformation Boosts Data Industry

Enhancing the competitiveness of the local business environment and enabling a transparent government to provide its citizens with equitable access to public services and their data by utilising digital technology are central to Thailand’s national development plan, “Thailand 4.0”.The advancements made by Thailand in implementing ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Funding for state cloud approved

The cabinet on Tuesday approved 4.75 billion baht to finance the Government Data Center and Cloud (GDCC) service between 2020 and 2022.Rachada Dhanadirek, the deputy government spokesman, said the GDCC is the central cloud system to be used by government agencies, ensuring safety and serving ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Government on track for full digitalisation by 2022

Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak has set a timeframe for the government to become fully digital by 2022.He instructed the Digital Government Development Agency on Wednesday (October 9) to prioritise its proposals and forward them next month to a committee tasked with electronically integrating all ...

The Nation Reporter

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