The Internet Society, St. Vincent Chapter is conducting a study on the extent to which St. Vincent and the Grenadines has adopted the 7 policy dimensions of the OECD Going Digital Framework.
The areas of focus are: Access, Use, Innovation, Jobs, Trust, Society and Market Openness.
In order to gather this information, a number of small surveys have been designed for minors under 16, youths 16-24, adults 25-54 and adults over 55 as well as for small businesses, medium sized enterprises, large corporations, service providers, government agencies and other important stakeholders in the conversation about going digital.
Kimsha Williams, manager of Learning for Living, the principal person with responsibility for the research project says that the digital transformation is unfolding right before our eyes and Vincentians cannot afford to be left behind.
There are only 10 questions in each survey and the average time complete is 6 minutes.
Vincentians living in country are being urged to participate by visiting the webpage www.goingdigitalsvg.com and clicking “Take Survey”. The deadline to do so is TODAY, Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020 at 4 p.m.
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