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About Going Digital SVG Research (2020) 

The Internet Society St. Vincent and the Grenadines Chapter (ISOCSVG) has received funding from the Internet Society Foundation towards this research project. This project is designed to provide useful and timely information on the adaptation of digital technologies in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.


Survey Aims

The extent that St. Vincent & the Grenadines has adopted the 7 dimensions of OECD's Going Digital Integrated Policy Framework. 

Understanding Digital Transformation

 Combination of economic and societal effects of digitization and digitalization. 

Enhancing Access

Increase in network demands and implications for government, service providers.

Increasing Effective Use

Identifying and closing gaps in required skills and knowledge about digital tools.

Unleashing Innovation

Support and opportunities for data driven and digital innovation including start-ups and patents.

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Ensuring Good Jobs For All

Balancing threats by automation and redundancy with opportunites and insentives.

Promoting Social Prosperity

Creating new means of engagement; increasing avenues for positive expression.

Strengthening Trust

Increasing protection, confidence and participation of clients from all backgrounds.

Fostering Market Openess

Transforming competition, trade and investment by firms within and across borders.

Researched on behalf of ISOC SVG. 



The Internet Society St. Vincent and the Grenadines Chapter is a non-profit organization that champions and promotes the development, security, access and use of the internet as an open source to benefit all citizens of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. 

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OECD Going Digital Toolkit

The Going Digital Toolkit helps countries assess their state of digital development and formulate policy strategies and approaches in response.  The seven dimensions are: access, use, innovation, jobs, social prosperity, trust and market openness. 

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