Thursday, September 05
The Mauritius National Identity Scheme (ISMN) is a flagship project that will provide a more modern national identification system, secure and efficient Mauritians. This project will provide new highly secure ID cards and set up an infrastructure that will allow for more efficient and reliable transactions between citizens and government.
Wednesday, September 04
15,000 distributed as part of the pilot phase and 920 cards 000 cards delivered to the entire population by September 2014.
Wednesday, September 04
In conjunction with the forthcoming introduction of the new national identity card, the Prime Minister's Office and the Ministry of Information Technologies and Communication hosted a briefing session on Thursday for members of the media (heads . edition, journalists and radio presenters to introduce them to different aspects of the new national identity card.
Friday, August 30
It is from 1 st October the public will the new national identity cards. But first, they will be distributed on a pilot basis in the second week of September. "We are ready," assured the minister Tassarajen Pillay Chedumbrum , on Thursday, August 29.
Sunday, August 11
From this Sunday, August 11 began a major advertising campaign on the digital identity card. The goal: to learn about the various features thereof. The distribution of this new identity card is it scheduled from September.
Thursday, August 01
No more long queues for the steps on the identity card. With the introduction of the new card, the Department of National Identity Card (NIC) is decentralizing. Thus, new offices will be opened in the four corners of the country to enable Mauritius to go pick up their new card in the office of their locality.
Thursday, July 11
Led by Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam, this bill is a prelude to the introduction of new identity cards in Mauritius. The launch was announced in August 2014.
Tuesday, June 11
The first national identity smart cards will be delivered in late October 2013. And by December 2014, all Mauritians get their new identity cards.
Tuesday, May 28
At a cost of Rs 1.1 billion, the realization of the proposed new identity card making great strides. This new 'ID Card' will not only make life easier for citizens, but also increase the efficiency of the government bureaucracy.
Monday, March 11
A race against the clock is initiated by the service delivery of the national identity card. It has only five days to move to Emmanuel Anquetil Building, Port Louis.