Thailand is aiming to be the digital hub of Southeast Asia and has concrete plans to digitalise the country and create a knowledge based society with increased focus on ICT and digital investments. Smart Nation and Smart City plans are given a thrust, pushing forward with public investments in many areas. Gain access to innovative case studies and interactive discussions on Cyber Security, Big Data, IoT, Mobility and more on this collaborative platform!
Executives involved in Government Business Transformation
Many government employees are under the misconception that “digital transformation” is an IT problem. “Digital transformation” is a change at a more fundamental level within government or business. “Change” is an adjustment – “transformation” happens at the foundations of an enterprise.
All public sector executives involved in government Business Transformation initiatives across federal, state and local governments, as well as their counterparts in education, social services and health services are welcome.
Chief Executive Officers
Chief Information Officers
Chief Technology Officers
Chief Data Officers
Chief Digital Officers
Chief Financial Officers
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Thailand has achieved steady economic growth over the last few decades. It is now considered a newly industrialised country and is the second largest economy in Southeast Asia after Indonesia. Thailand also functions as anchor economy for the neighbouring developing economies of Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia.
The concepts of Digital Thailand and Digital Economy endeavours to transform Thailand and to digitalise areas such as infrastructure, manufacturing, government services, businesses as well as various other sectors.
General Prayuth Chan o-cha, the Prime Minister of Thailand has announced the Digital Government Plan 2017-2021.
The government aims to develop digital capabilities within all sectors, including agriculture, tourism, education, the medical profession, investment, disaster prevention, and public administration, in order to drive economic and social progress.
To achieve this objective, digital technologies need to be incorporated into public services.
An integrated information network will be developed co-operatively by government agencies, with a focus on four key development models, namely Government Integration, Smart Operations, Citizen-Centric Services, and Driven Transformation.
According to the plan, within the next five years, the government will be transformed into Digital Government backed by the integration of operations and management among various government agencies.
Smart technology and services will be fostered by a citizen-centric strategy aiming to accelerate Thailand in all aspects, both substantially and practically.
The target goals of Digital Government are:
To achieve these goals, five development strategies have been delineated:
The Electronic Government agency of Thailand has developed monitoring measures to ensure that implementation is done as planned.
Smart Service – The concept was to reduce the use of paper-based documents. The most remarkable example was the Application Programming Interface (API, developed by the Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA), which seamlessly connected public information and the service system
Government Smart Kiosk– These would share verified information, related to public services, such as household registration and medical care certification, with the public. Access is based on an individual’s ID card
Biz Portal – This is a centralised search engine to facilitate the work of business entrepreneurs and investors via the website anywhere and at any time.
Farmer One – This portal provides information on land utilisation, land tenure, and other beneficial details related to the agricultural sector and responsible agencies
Thailand Digital Government Academy (TDGA) – The academy was established, in collaboration with the OCSC, to promote development of digital knowledge of government authorities and public officials
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