eGA with partners Roxnet, Gofore and UpMind modernised public administration of Djibouti by developing and implementing a secure data exchange between government registries and databases.
The selected solution was Estonian origin X-Road secure data exchange platform. The secure data exchange acts as the main enabler for public e-services development. The e-services will help the government to provide administrative services remotely and in a hassle-free manner for the citizens, as well as increase efficiency and decrease corruption in the public sector.
The project fulfilled the following tasks:
1) Implementation of the secure data exchange system X-Road, taking PKI and members’ digital services into account,
2) Assisting ANSIE in carrying out a study of existing government information systems. The study prepared an inventory of the information systems of governmental organisations and determine their maturity for possible integration to X-Road,
3) Guidance for implementation of CatIS to have a well-structured overview of all information assets,
4) Development of technical, functional and regulatory references for all future users of the state information systems of Djibouti.
The collaboration partner and the beneficiary of the project was the National Agency for State Information Systems (ANSIE).