The Government is enhancing information systems hosting environment to enable sharing of ICT and other resources among public institutions.
Two hosting options will be available; the first one, also called collocation, provides a room to host not only the software application but also the hardware required to operate it. With the second option, institutions can decide to host only the software application while the hardware is provided by eGA.
i) It is cost effective
ii) Secures government information and data.
iii) Enhances interoperability among e-Government applications.
a) An Application System verified by eGA Service Control.
b) Identified specific bandwidth needed.
c) Specified technologies used like framework operation system, Programming language and Database management system.
d) Specified scope, size and users of the system.
e) Have a system administrator.
a) Write an application letter to eGA Chief Executive Officer.
b) Specify whether you have your own servers that will be hosted at eGA or is just an application to be hosted in eGA server’s space.
c) Attend System administrator’s technical training.
d) Sign a written agreement.
e) Pay prescribed annual hosting fee to e-Government Agency A/C No 20110002340 at NMB Bank.