5 partners have officially joined LAC4

Throughout 2023, LAC4 has become increasingly notable for its proactive initiatives, leading to the official inclusion of five partners in its activities by the year’s end.


🇳🇱 Netherlands – Embajada del Reino de los Países Bajos en la República Dominicana

🤝 RedCLARA – RedCLARA – Cooperación Latino Americana de Redes Avanzadas

🇸🇻 El Salvador – Secretaría de Innovación de la Presidencia

🇵🇦 PanamaAutoridad Nacional para la Innovación Gubernamental

🇪🇪 Estonia – Riigi Infosüsteemi Amet // Estonian Information System Authority (NCSC-EE)

All the members can participate in the governance, give strategic guidance to Centre’s activities and workplan. The European partners can leverage their CCB resources and knowledge through joint European effort and acknowledged brand.


Beside official partners LAC4 has also four virtual sub-regional collaboration hubs:

📍 URUGUAY – Electronic Government and Information and Knowledge Society Agency of Uruguay (AGESIC)

📍 ECUADOR –Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility (MREMH) and the Ministry of Telecommunications and the Information Society (MINTEL) of Ecuador

📍 BRAZIL – Institutional Security Cabinet of the Presidency of the Federative Republic of Brazil (GSI/PR)

📍 COSTA RICA – Ministry of Science, Innovation, Technology and Telecommunications of the Republic of Costa Rica (MICITT)

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