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Date:  5/15/2012 
Use of Information Communication Technology
10. The Ministry of Finance has orchestrated the introduction of E-Government in all Bahamian Government Ministries along with developing a centralized Department of Information Technology (DIT).
11. In an attempt to make it easier to access information and prepare the Department of Social Services for an electronic-based system, data bases were created in its Registry for client and administrative files and the various types of reports prepared by staff members. All clients visiting the Department were placed in a database prepared by the Receptionist. Additionally, efforts are underway for the Juvenile Unit to enter its statistics into a database.
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Date:  5/15/2012 
Business Climate
12. The Ministry of Finance has also introduced a New Business License Act and a New Framework for Regulating Communications in The Bahamas.
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