National Website Portals

Barbados Government Portal (source: Internet)

National website portals are centralized online platforms provided by governments that offer a wide range of services, information, and resources to citizens, businesses, and other stakeholders. These portals act as a single point of access to various government services, programs, policies, and data, as well as cultural, historical, and tourism-related information. They are designed to streamline access to essential services and promote transparency, efficiency, and citizen engagement.

Below is a list of national website portals for CARICOM member and associate member states. The list was derived from the UN’s E-Government Knowledgebase. While we do try to ensure that these links are active and current, we are not responsible for their availability or upkeep.

Anguilla –

Antigua and Barbuda –

Bahamas –

Barbados –

Belize –

Bermuda –

British Virgin Islands –

Cayman Islands –

Dominica –

Grenada –

Guyana –

Haiti –

Jamaica –

Montserrat –

St. Lucia –

St. Kitts and Nevis –

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines –

Suriname –

Trinidad and Tobago –

Turks and Caicos Islands –

For our readers in government, if you find yourself in need of assistance or support with your country’s national portal, e-government, or any digital government initiatives, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to offer guidance, share insights, or collaborate on projects aimed at advancing e-government, digital government and enhancing citizen engagement. For more information, contact Amit Uttamchandani via LinkedIn or Caribbean Corner Office.

In wrapping up, we hope this brief exploration into national website portals has shed light on their importance and impact in modern governance. As we continue to navigate the digital landscape, the role of these platforms will only grow in significance.