The Indonesian government has initiatives to improve coordination in maritime radio frequency spectrum control; migration to IPv6; and advancement of new renewable energy sources.
As the nation's economy is heavily dependent on the tourism industry, the country is now accelerating digital transformation in the sector to improve efficiency and offer a better experience for tourists.
The government of Indonesia encourages digital start-ups to focus on three pillars of governance and wants to help businesses contribute to national economic goals and digital ambitions.
The Business Mission to Indonesia - an extension of MDEC's GAIN Programme which serves to accelerate local technology companies to the global stage - garnered over RM100 million in qualified digital opportunities.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Communication and Informatics is confident that the training will enhance public officials' ability to deploy information and communication technology to regional development.
The Ministry of Communication and Information of Indonesia encourages the development of women's talents in the digital sector to grow the national economy and achieve their potential.
Indonesia recognises the role of women as the primary pillar in the country's MSME business growth and is looking to comprehensively include them through better access and upskilling women,
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