Ministry of Information and Communications Technology(Tanzania)

Historical background
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology was established on the 5th of December 2020 by the President of the United Republic of Tanzania. Previously, the ministry was one of the constituent sectors in the then Ministry of Works, Transport and Communications, which existed between 2015 and 2020. The ministry aims to formulate and monitor the implementation of policies related to information technology, communication, and postal services. It is envisaged to lead the digital transformation agenda in Tanzania amidst the global fourth phase of the Industrial Revolution.
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology was established by the President of the United Republic of Tanzania on December 05, 2020, which is charged with formulating and monitoring the implementation of ICT and Postal policies, and the Ministry is also responsible for ICT broadband. Back performance improvement and human resource development. non-ministerial departments, quasi-governmental organizations; Agencies and projects affiliated with this Ministry.
core values
Integrity: We treat our customers and other stakeholders with fairness and kindness. We are ethical in the performance of our duties and maintain confidentiality.
Transparency: We publish and share necessary information about our services and products to the public.
Teamwork: We benefit from diverse experiences in achieving our goals.
Professionalism: We benefit from high skill and efficiency in the performance of our duties.
Innovation: We develop new approaches and ideas that lead to positive results in the sector.
Accountability: We are responsible for the actions and decisions we take in the performance of our duties.

Reducing HIV/AIDS infection and non-communicable diseases and improving supportive services;
Promote and sustain effective implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy;
improving access to information and communications technology and postal services;
promoting digital empowerment;
Improving the management of ICT and postal services; And
Improving the institutional capacity to provide its services.