Digital development necessitates the provision and access to the internet for Geographically Isolated and Disadvantaged Areas, indigenous communities and other upland areas if the nation wants inclusive progress.
Indonesia government to minimise fragmentation in digital transformation efforts with the next SPBE and MPP implementation in an effort to offer the best possible citizen experience in an increasingly digital-first world.
The government aims to use digital transformation to create seamless public, business, and investment services which will lead to reduced poverty in Indonesia and better serve citizens in an increasingly digital world.
The 'Digital Government Strategy' seminar presented an overview and operational plan of the project to create knowledge and understanding of the government's digital and technological agenda.
Indonesia keeps pushing digital transformation to encourage the integration of government processes and to increase government effectiveness in an effort to offer the best citizen experience possible in a digital world.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. is directing a public-private partnership for a speedy rollout of the national digital ID to ensure citizens have a better government experience and better access to services.
Integrated public service digitalisation is part of the Ministry of State Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform agenda to accelerate service government and increase the value of Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) in Indonesia.