The government will line available different companies information and data in the'' Open Government Data Policy '. This particular needs to provide greater transparency of government actions and the development of applications for mobile phones from the private sector. As for individuals, the Government will take the necessary steps to develop online payment (e-payment) and mobile phone (m-payment) of different utilities and taxes.
Companies will be encouraged to use the 'Card Validation Service' system and fingerprint readers in validating the identity of citizens. That is to say that each time a customer or employee will have to prove their identity within a company, it should be able to do with a player of future electronic identity cards or through fingerprints.
Various online applications must be made available to the private sector to facilitate administrative tasks, such as requests for work permits or submitting data from Statistics Mauritius, among others.
Companies can meet online bidding in the public sector. The Ministry of ICT believes that this will make calls for tenders more transparent and less costly for both the public and businesses.
It is often asked entrepreneurs to physically visit different government departments to obtain permits. The 2013-2017 strategic plan for e-government advocates the establishment of a unique online service (Single Window).
Forms to fill in the cases before the Commercial Court and before the Assessment Review Committee for taxes, will be done online.