GovTech paper to be presented at National Economic Action Council, says Rafizi


KUALA LUMPUR: The concept paper for GovTech, a single platform for integrated government services, will be presented at the next National Economic Action Council meeting in December, says Rafizi Ramli.

The Economy Minister said the paper would outline the strategic initiatives and innovative technology solutions offered using sophisticated and inclusive digital services.

"The focus is on leveraging the latest technology to streamline government operations, increase efficiency and provide better services to the public.

"This presentation is a critical step towards integrating technology into government processes, symbolising the commitment to digital transformation and modernisation of the public sector," he told a press conference at the Asia School of Business here on Friday (Nov 17).

Rafizi explained that the initiative centred on the creation of an interconnected digital system, enabling citizens to access various government services easily and efficiently.

"By leveraging data and analytics, GovTech strives to facilitate more informed, responsive and effective governance," he said.

He added that the approach involved the strategic use of big data to better understand people's concerns, predict trends and make evidence-based decisions.

GovTech refers to a "whole of government" approach in the modernisation of the public sector.

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