The presentation, the second in the 2015 theme of growth and enterprise, focused on Mr Vaudin’s role in progressing the government’s digital growth strategy and its impact on the population and businesses.
Mr Vaudin said: “This is about definable actions going forward which result in the government being able to do its business better.
“The chief concern isn’t where we are today but where we are going to be in the future.”
This future planning and forward thinking is centred on providing a customer-focused technological experience, rather than a department focus, for those using States of Guernsey digital resources.
Mr Vaudin said: “We want to digitise the top 10 transactions within the States of Guernsey in order to support the digital citizen now and in the future.
“We need to ask ourselves – what does the digitised citizen look like? What does the digitised business look like?”
Business leaders have been asked for their feedback on how to make the smart Guernsey programme as effective as possible and suitable for their future digital needs.
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