The Ministry of Public Administration of Trinidad and Tobago (MPA) will be conducting several Stakeholder Consultation Sessions from February 21 2011 to February 24 2011 to review and update of the National Electronic Transactions Policy in the context of the drafting of the Regulations to give effect to the Electronic Transactions legislation in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Ministry of Public Administration and EU/ITU has adopted a collaborative approach on Phase II of the Enhancing Competitiveness in the Caribbean through the Harmonization of ICT Policies, Legislation and Regulatory Procedures” (HIPCAR) Project. The primary objectives of this Project are to create an enabling environment for Electronic Transactions within the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago through the creation of a sound policy framework, as well as to establish a technically sound and operationally efficient Regulatory Framework that will give full force and effect to the substantive provisions of the Electronic Transactions Bill, 2011, currently before Parliamentary.
- February 21, 2011: Governmental Ministries
- February 22, 2011: Government Agencies
- February 23, 2011: External Stakeholders
- February 24, 2011: Private Sector Companies
- Electronic Transactions Policy, 2005
- Electronic Transactions Bill, 2011
- HIPCAR Model Policy Guidelines and Model Legislative Texts on Electronic Transactions
- Presentation to the HIPCAR Steering Committee on Working Group 1, summarizing the outcomes of the assessment reports.