April 11, 2021

Cayman Islands DVDL Enhances Online Services

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• DVDL launches text message reminder service • Customers can now check online if their new plates are ready • The new services will help to save customers time. GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Department of Vehicle and Driver’s Licencing (DVDL), in partnership with the e-Government Unit, the Computer Services Department and the Ministry of Commerce, Planning and […]

Cayman Islands Networking Event focuses on finding effective IT solutions

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Government Computer Service Department host its first IT Procurement Network Event Event brought together government officials charged with making IT purchasing decision with local and international vendors with a focus on building partnerships to find better IT solutions   GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Computer Services Department (CSD) hosted its first IT Procurement Network Event […]

Cayman Islands trade and business license application process simplified

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The application process for a trade and business license will soon become much easier, thanks to amendments to application requirements, approved by both the Ministry of Commerce and the Trade and Business Licensing Board. The update to the Trade and Business Licensing (Forms) Regulations, 2015 sees the removal of the following requirements: · Proof of […]

e-Services portal launch signals renewed online focus for Cayman Islands Government

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Government has this week launched a revamped e-services portal, as part of a project to increase the number of services provided online. On Wednesday, 10 May 2017, a new online application process for police clearance certificates joined the suite of existing services that individuals and businesses can access from the site, eservices.gov.ky. The redesigned portal […]

Cayman Islands Computer Services’ announce new interim director

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Following the retirement of Gilbert McLaughlin, the Ministry of Home Affairs is happy to announce that David Smailes has been appointed interim Director for the Computer Services Department for three months. Mr. Smailes, who has lived in the Cayman Islands since 1992 and who was previously in the private sector, has over 25 years’ experience […]

Jeremy O’Sullivan nets April’s top spot

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How long does it really take for an excellent worker’s true worth to be recognised? If you are Computer Services Department’s Support Administrator Jeremy O’Sullivan, a mere four months! Since joining the department on 6 January 2014, Mr. O’Sullivan has already made his mark at the Computer Services Department. So impressed are his superiors with […]