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Ministry responsible for implementing national IT infrastructure projects, supervising the implementation of the Digital Oman Strategy, and providing professional leadership to various other e-Governance initiatives in the Sultanate.
Established to liberalize and promote telecommunications services in Oman and ensure availability of technologies.
Development fund focusing on emerging technologies and innovation in the technology sector.
Government-funded initiative that trains public and private organizations to defend against cyber attacks.
Established as a financially and administratively autonomous institution under the government to strengthen the development of small and medium enterprises in the economy.
Directs internal and external media toward development of a contemporary Omani state with smart media services.
Works to develop commerce, industry, intellectual property, and services sectors through development of of legislation, policies, and services.
Analyzes cyber risks and security threats to inform public and private institutions, technical information outlets, and individuals to strengthen government eServices.
Facilitates the country's infrastructure and communications through maintenance of transport, logistics, and telecommunication services.
A government-led initiative for the future of Oman including economic, legal, social, and cultural goals to improve the country's education and healthcare systems, sustainable development, and governance network.
Seeks to transform Oman into a sustainable knowledge-based economy by improving human resources and adopting new technologies in the areas of IT industry development, individual and societal progress, and eGovernment services.
Developed by ITA, provides a framework to actualize goals of eOman strategy related to the digitization of government services. Directs the selection, implementation, and operation of technologies needed to support government entities and the delivery of their services.
Legalizes the use and ensures the validity of electronic transactions.
Safeguards digital payments and grants the Central Bank of Oman supervision over transactions.
Aims to deter cyber crime and the use of ICT in a negative way by stating penalties for various crimes.
Establishes the Cyber Defence Centre under the Internal Security Service.
Authorizes the government to censor publications deemed politically, culturally, or sexually offensive.
Licenses and regulates the telecommunications section in Oman and establishes the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority to preside over sector.
Ensures government entities and entities handling sensitive government data have a reliable and secure web presence. Includes requirements for cloud hosting and data protection pertaining to Government data.
Assists government entities in classifying their data and information systems.
Outlines implementation and service models for the adoption of cloud computing specifically relevant to government agencies.