Digital Malta Stakeholders
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Digital Malta Stakeholders

verybody needs to work together to make Digital Malta a success.  The Strategy is an enabler for the different bodies and organisations to achieve their objectives and as such should be deemed as an integral part of their operations.

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Political Champion

Office of the Prime Minister

Political Leadership

Within the public sector, the goals identified in Digital Malta will be considered as high priority and strategic direction will be given.
Politically championing the Strategy at the most senior level, and securing ownership from the respective areas, is fundamental for success.  The Cabinet, headed by the Prime Minister, will champion the attainment of Digital Malta through political will, supportive policy and adequate funding.  The Ministry / Parliamentary Secretariat responsible for the Digital Economy will provide focus on ultimate goals, overall governance and the engagement of relevant parties.

Governing Body

Strong governance will support the leaders.  It will enable management of the dependencies and interactions between players and mitigate the risks associated with adopting different policies and implementing various actions.  Stakeholders need to work closely together to overcome challenges. A governing body, representing the primary stakeholders, will be established.  It will report to the Ministry / Parliamentary Secretariat responsible for the Digital Economy.
Operational Bodies
The Digital Malta Strategy will be supported by a yearly ‘Programme of Initiatives.’ Initiatives will be identified and scoped by the respective owners and submitted to the Digital Malta Governing Body in the form of a business case for approval and prioritisation.  Once this is done, the respective owners will take measures to secure the necessary funding and to drive implementation in line with the direction provided.
Supporting Functions
The execution of the Strategy also requires the creation or strengthening of a number of support functions including: 
  • Planning and budgeting, monitoring and auditing, and marketing of the Strategy. 

  • Foundation of bodies with a similar aim of increasing proliferation of ICT across the island.
These support functions will work in liaison with the operational bodies to reap the benefits that result from continuous collaboration.