Trade and business applications and vehicle licensing renewals are now online.
The two new E-services headlined Thursday (25 October) morning’s launch event, where Commerce ministry officials touted increased efficiency and shared their vision of the e-government of the future.
Minister Joey Hew said it is all about customer convenience.
“The aim of the E-Government programme is to make Cayman more convenient for the people and businesses by extending access to public services, improving the quality of customer service and increasing overall efficiency,” said Minister Hew.
Minister Hew said the new e-services will have an immediate impact on the delivery of services in the community.