Jun 08, 2023 | Happy #CorpusChristi from the Executive and Staff of the Ministry of Digital Transformation! 🎉 We wish to extend greetings to members of the Christian Community as they celebrate this joyous festival! May your day be filled with blessings and cherished moments for all! ✨🌼    Jun 02, 2023 | R to @MDT_TT: 🔗 Don't miss this empowering event! Mark your calendars and join us as we shape a better tomorrow for Trinidad and Tobago. #FutureForum #EmpoweringYouth #InnovationForTomorrow #TrinidadandTobago #digitaltransformation    Jun 02, 2023 | R to @MDT_TT: 🎯 Objectives of the Future Forum: 1️⃣ Understand the perspective and priorities of children and youth. 2️⃣ Share information on current developments aligned with their priorities. 3️⃣ Establish actionable steps for children and youth to bring T&T closer to a sustainable future.    

National Strategy

For a DigitalTT:

2023 - 2026

Our National Strategy for a DigitalTT

‘Digital’ is not just about technology. It’s about changing the way we live, work, and connect. It’s about making our lives better. Trinidad and Tobago is in a good position to make giant strides and embrace technology for the benefit of our people, but we must work together. We need you to join us in developing the National Strategy for a DigitalTT:2023 - 2026, which will be the roadmap to guide this effort.


Whether you represent civil society, academia, the business sector, the public sector, the diaspora, a religious body, international and regional agencies, or you are an artist, creative, entrepreneur, student, or a parent we need your input.

We invite all stakeholders to join us on our journey towards a DigitalTT.

The Ministry of Digital Transformation is thankful for the many stakeholders who have contributed to the development of the draft National Strategy for a DigitalTT.

In Phase 1 – Four working groups were established to begin the process. These working groups included persons from the business community, civil society, public sector, academia, multi-lateral agency development partners and our diaspora.

In Phase 2 - Discussions with a wider cross-section of stakeholders were conducted to get additional feedback and input into the strategy. The outcome of the sessions from Phases 1 and 2 formed the basis of the draft national strategy.

In Phase 3 - The Ministry will gather feedback, through public consultation sessions. This will be one of our final steps in fine tuning the strategy document to ensure that the needs and desires of the population are reflected.

Let’s Build a DigitalTT together. Click HERE to Review the Strategy or click HERE to Submit Your Input.

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