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Digital Government Strategy for Thailand’s Tech Future

The Digital Government Development Agency (DGA) hosted an open lecture on enterprise architecture by the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS). During the seminar, Dr Suphot Thienwut, Director of the Digital Government Development Agency, delivered a special session on ‘Digital Government Strategy and the Importance of Organisprational Architecture Development’.

Suda Sulong, Director of the Centre for Information and Communication Technology, MSDHS, remarked in her opening speech that the seminar was arranged to offer an overview and operational plan of the project to build knowledge and awareness for seminar participants.

With current technology, the seminar intends to assist in developing management efficiency in collaboration with all sectors. Participants at the workshop were asked to establish systematic thinking, build a partnership to avoid duplication, and give convenience and rapid services. Every effort was made to improve the quality of life for children and teens in disadvantaged homes.

Furthermore, the project encourages government officials to incorporate the construction of a service platform connected to the quality of life of children, youth, women, and families. He asked the platform to become the answer to each age group’s demands.

Previously, Puchaphong Nodthaisong, Secretary-General of the National Digital Economy and Society Commission (NESDB), acknowledged programmes that encourage and support digital transformation.

“The NSTDA is devoted, determined, and ready to integrate the power of collaboration from all sectors. “To advance via the use of technology to improve the quality of life, economy, society, and Thailand’s competitiveness,” confirmed Puchpong.

The National Standardisation Council (NSC) had plans to boost potential technology utilisation, improve digital risk awareness and security, and raise knowledge, skills, and people potential by 2023. Eight critical projects must be implemented to accomplish comprehensive digital transformation by 2027 and join Phase 4: Global Digital Leadership.

To give training in approved courses, the government will construct another 70 courses or map them to more than 60 current courses in the initiative for curriculum accreditation of government organisations.

The Thailand Digital Outlook Study 2023 Project will provide statistics and instructions for digital policy for Thailand’s economy and society. They intend to increase digital economy measurement and gross product efficiency due to the digital economy, which corresponds to the direction of economic structural changes.

They offer The Digital Volunteer Network Development Project to increase digital accessibility (Volunteer Sor Sor.) People at the local level assist in promoting and expanding the ability to create revenue from new technology trends through the project.

The 5G ecosystem project is preparing the nation for commercial applications of 5G technology. The draft consists of an action plan and rules for promoting the use of 5G technology in major industrial, economic, and social sectors.

They designed the Digital Security and Infrastructure Service Development Project to strengthen government networks and cloud service activities. The goal is to transition GDCC services from infrastructure services (Infrastructure as a Service: IaaS) that serve the virtual server computer (Virtual Machine) to a platform and software services (Platform as a Service: PaaS) (Software as a Service: SaaS). Through the GDCC Marketplace, the platform will enable a broader range of services, allowing agencies to connect data effortlessly between platforms.

Phase 2 of the Digital Cultural Heritage Promotion Project intends to stimulate and build on stakeholders by promoting the transfer of national cultural treasures in digital material. The project concentrates on developing soft power that can provide revenue for the government and encourages participation from various sectors, including youth, educational institutions, community levels, and local government sectors, among others.

The Digital Economy and Society Fund has been established to provide financial assistance. The ability to build the Thai economy and society in the future will be enhanced by digital technology innovation and digital transformation. Over 600 ideas have been submitted, with 41 projects being examined for funding within a budget of 2,500 million baht (US$76.3 million).

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