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World Economic Forum’s GITR 2012 uses Sri Lanka as example of successful ICT policy

The most successful programs clearly define their objectives and broadly communicate their existence to civil society.

THE EXAMPLE OF SRI LANKA

To illustrate what such a program could look like, we look at Sri Lanka’s stated objectives, extracted directly from the Information and Communication Technology Plan for Sri Lanka 2011–2016

I thought I’d read the entire document, not just the long extract published in the report. Curiously, the reference (Ch 1.6; footnote 19) did not include a URL.

Searched using Google. Nothing, other than a Cabinet decision referring to the Plan and a survey conducted by ICTA also referring to the Plan.

Ministry website? Nothing.

ICTA.LK? Nothing.

The most successful programs clearly define their objectives and broadly communicate their existence to civil society.

Using methods other than the web, I presume?

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