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Trinidad and Tobago (Withdrawn)

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Review Documents


  • To Certify Public Agencies’ Service Quality (2014)

    To ensure that 40 percent of Public Service Agencies have attained the Trinidad and Tobago Diamond Standard Certification (TTDS) namely Health, Education, Transportation, National Security, Works and Infrastructure and Trade service agencies.

  • To Develop Human Resources Management Capacity in the Public Service (2014)

    To develop a strategic planning document, a Change Management Plan, and an ICT Plan in 4 public agencies and to develop a Competency Framework policy and system.

  • To Conduct a Pilot Project for the Development and Introduction of a “Easier Life for Citizens” Index (2014)

    To develop a rigourous tool to assess the quality of public services delivered to citizens that can be measured, tracked and compared across Latin American and Caribbean countries.

  • To Develop Interactive Media on Government Business Processes and Programs to Better Access Government Services (2014)

    To develop interactive media on Government business processes and programs in order to better inform the public of the services available, requirements and process to access them. A total of 50 Public Services Agencies will participate in this exercise particularly those that citizens do business with on a regular basis such as Passport services, Licensing services, Registration of births and deaths, to name just a few.

  • To Establish a Contact Centre to Address the Needs of National Scholars (Local and International) of Trinidad and Tobago (2014)

    Provide a virtual call centre for delivery of services to national scholars and their associates.

  • To Adopt a Policy on Data Standards and Classification Frameworks (2014)

    To adopt, as a matter of Government policy, data standards and classification frameworks, through a multistakeholder consultative process.

  • To Increase the Number of Publicly Accessible Government Datasets in Open Formats (2014)

    To conduct an Open Data Readiness Assessment with a view to releasing at least six data sets in a machine readable format.

  • To Conduct a Diagnostic Review of Public Information Needs (2014)

    To conduct a public consultation in order to identify critical data, needs, problems and gaps and deliver a report.

  • To Create an Easily Accessible Open Government Portal , with a Platform/Repository for Open Data, as Well as an Interface to Allow for Feedback from the Public (2014)

    To create an easily accessible open Government portal, with a platform/repository for open data, as well as an interface aimed at allowing for feedback from the public.

  • To Create a Civil Society Board (2014)

    To establish a mechanism that allows adequate representation of Civil Society organisations in order to provide feedback to public policy decision making on a regular basis.

  • To Audit the Accounts of the Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs to International Standards (2014)

    To ensure by 2015 that the accounts of the Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs are audited to international standards.

  • To Make Publicly Available the Cadastre of Licenses and Contracts for the Exploration and Production of Oil and Gas in Trinidad and Tobago (2014)

    To make publicly available, via the website of the Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs, the cadastre of licences and contracts for exploration and production of oil and gas resources in Trinidad and Tobago.

  • To Include the Mineral Sector (Starting with National Quarries Company Ltd) in the TTEITI Reporting Mechanism (2014)

    To include the National Quarries Company Ltd into the TTEITI reporting process by 2015 to cover fiscal period 2013/2014.


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