BANDUNG - West Java Secretary Iwa Karniwa opened an international Digital Governance seminar with the theme Ease of Doing Business the NZ Experience at Unpad Campus, Dipatiukur Street Kita Bandung, Monday (25/2).
Present at the seminar were Unpad and also representatives from New Zeland to present a case study of the implementation of digital governance in the country.
Secretary Iwa Karniwa said, in the next five years, according to Jabar's vision of an Inner Birth Champion with Collaboration and Innovation, cooperation with Unpad and New Zeland is very appropriate.
"Collaboration and innovation to realize West Java Champion, especially for the tourism sector," he said Monday (25/2).
He said the Provincial Government would provide various facilities, especially in the ease of doing business in West Java. Such as providing a number of incentives, legal certainty, as well as infrastructure and electricity availability.
"Related to digital, we have one single submition to facilitate licensing," he said.
Meanwhile Diana Permana, New Zeland's Trade Commissioner for Indonesia said, about 70 percent of the interaction of the New Zeland community with the government had used applications digitally, so that the country was named a digital country by the world.
"Cooperation between private companies and the government runs very well, including in building smart cities," he said.
He hopes that cooperation with Unpad and the West Java Provincial Government will be the first step for digital governance cooperation in the future. Jo