Interview Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation 70m Aprilpost

Interview Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation 70m Aprilpost, We interviewed the Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation. He shared his vision of the future and gave us a glimpse of what he sees happening in the coming years. When the minister of digital transformation has such strong ideas, it’s worth paying attention.

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Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation

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What would you like to change?

We are in a really exciting time for technology and innovation in New Zealand.

We are working on exciting initiatives to bring digital transformation to life.

The government has already committed $1 million to develop a National Digital Strategy, which will guide our future investments in technology.

We are working with the Government on developing a National Digital Transformation Office to deliver this vision.

We are also working with partners like Vodafone, Vocus, and Spark to improve connectivity and build the next generation of broadband networks.

We are partnering with companies like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Facebook to ensure their services and tools are available to Kiwi businesses.

And we are investing in new and innovative digital solutions that will transform our work.

This is just the beginning.

I look forward to working with you on these and other initiatives to realize the full potential of digital technology.

Please let me know if you have any ideas for how we can accelerate this progress.

Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation

How to increase investments

The Ministry of Digital Transformation has announced a new project called ’70m Aprilpost’. This project aims to increase investments in the public sector by 70 million by 2022.

The project is expected to raise investment to 7.7 billion baht by 2022, which will fund infrastructure development. The deputy minister said that the government has a target of raising investment amounts to 1.8 trillion baht from 2017 to 2022.

In addition, the deputy minister revealed that the government plans to increase investment amounts to 3.2 trillion baht by 2030. He also said that the government would try to achieve these goals by raising the investment funds it receives from local authorities.

“I hope the government can successfully implement the project’ 70m Aprilpost project’. The project has already been launched, but we must wait until the results are evaluated.”

In addition, he added that the project would benefit the people of Thailand.

How to prepare for the future

In recent years, we have witnessed the rapid growth of digital technologies and the consequent disruption of business models.

The advent of new technologies has led to a major transformation in society.

The impact of these technologies has been felt in many areas. For example, the introduction of e-commerce has changed shopping habits. People would shop in person in the past, but nowadays, they prefer to shop online.

Digital technology has also had a significant impact on education. Today, most students attend schools via the Internet.

The digital revolution will likely continue to profoundly impact our daily lives.

As a result, it is essential to prepare for the future by developing innovative strategies to meet the challenges posed by digital technologies.

According to the latest report by the World Economic Forum, the digital revolution will continue to reshape society, industry, and government.

The digital revolution will have far-reaching implications.

For instance, the Internet of Things (IoT) will lead to integrating physical objects into the network.

Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: What is the difference between digital and technology ministers?

A: A digital minister looks for ways to integrate technology into government services and make those services more effective. This includes ensuring that we have an educated workforce and can innovate. In this capacity, I am charged with ensuring that we provide a level playing field for all businesses in this country and that the Internet is accessible to everyone.

Q: What has been your biggest challenge as the Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation?

A: My biggest challenge has been keeping up with all the work we have in front of us. There is much to do, so I am constantly ensuring we progress.

Q: How would you describe yourself as a person?

A: I am easygoing. I love animals. I am a big sports fan and love to travel.

Q: Why did you choose to become an officer?

A: I wanted to become a police officer because of the opportunity it provided me. I also wanted to help people.

Q: What is your most memorable accomplishment?

A: It is probably when we were allowed to attend the Royal Ascot horse race. We had the honor of meeting Prince Charles and other members of the Royal Family.

Q: What are your hobbies?

A: I love to play golf. I also enjoy reading.

Myths About Deputy Minister

1. The current information platform is not capable of supporting digital transformation.

2. The government does not need such platforms.

3. The private sector is capable of providing the required services.


I am grateful for this opportunity to interview you about your vision for digital transformation in our country. We have made good progress since 2016, but we still have a lot of work to do.

To achieve this, we have launched a program called Digital Inclusion. It aims to provide low-cost devices and services to people living in remote areas so that they can access information and services online.

We also want to ensure that businesses advantage of the benefits of digital technologies. This means supporting start-ups, encouraging innovation, and ensuring people get paid for their online work.

We are committed to ensuring Sri Lankans have a good quality of life regardless of where they live.

The government is working hard to ensure that every citizen has access to high-speed internet and that people can access the services they need from anywhere in the world.

We aim to ensure everyone in Sri Lanka can use technology to improve their lives.

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