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Digital Transformation Context
While grassroots data generation, capture, collection and security is the responsibility of the community that owns it, it also belongs to other communities, their elected government including other representatives as law, regulation, culture and practice may prescribe from time to time. Securing data (Availability, Confidentiality, Integrity, Authenticity, Non-repudiation...) and curating it well are joint efforts and responsibilities involving all-national authorities, community data providers, and beyond. Together, these organisations and community of individuals must ensure that the coherence and consistency of the data they exchange is in line with expected quality standards. The overall integrity of such data management and exploitation process is therefore heavily dependent on the quality and depth of collaboration between, national and domain authorities, and most importantly between ICT managers and the grassroots communities they seek to serve.
Our Digital Transformation Initiatives
As individuals, groups of them or organizations, we set a day in a week (Think of a Friday for Muslims, a Sunday for 7th Day Adventists, and Saturdays for other Christians...) in which to provide digital resources/services to the needy within grassroots communities.
Where a grassroots community has adequately roofed room, desk, electric power source and security guards, introduce and resource PC desktops or robust laptops that provide free services to legible service providers and needy consumers. IT support specialists are called upon to support such desktops.
Collect, curate and analyze grassroots - village/cell/zone data prior to passing it on to up-line communities or/and authorities.
Periodically, preferably monthly, pass on data files to up-line communities and/or authorities and publish to the public any information pertinent for public/citizen consumption.
Stakeholders to Digital Transformation activities are ministerial, agency and private sector establishments of some repute (being widely known and well thought of by their communities..).
Look at the context and their directory user story propositions.
Business Operational Practice 3: Global and Domestic Partnering With Dominant IT Players.
Availing Communities With Computers Digital Transformation is not possible at any level without computers.
Business Operational Practice 4: Partnering With In-house Specialists.
Collecting & Processing Community Data By Cell and support public service staff, by existing elected volunteers and by volunteers registered with Cell/Village as individuals or individual representatives of organizations and firms who choose to participate.
Business Operational Practice 6: Global and Domestic Partnering With Dominant IT Players.
Dissemination of Data Output Files from Cell grassroots community to specific DEPs as specifically requested under an agreed framework and publishing of information and messages to the internet for public consumption.