Government announces Hokorian Digital Future Plan

The Hokorian Digital Future Plan (HDFP) will be the Royal Government of Hokoria’s plan and project for digitalising all public services and the Government’s digital infrastructure engineering.

Hokorians are located across the world, making paper-based systems expensive and inefficient. Additionally, reliance on private services is dangerous as these services cannot be controlled and tailored to the Royal Government of Hokoria’s needs whilst being cost-effective.

Royal Government of Hokoria statement

The HDFP will consider the needs of Citizens, the needs of the Government to operate and how Hokoria can stay secure in the digital future. Throughout the HDFP, the primary goal is to allow the State of Hokoria to thrive in the future. All aspects of the HDFP will be adaptable to remote and in-person situations while being cost-effective, easy to navigate, secure, and fast.

The Hokorian Digital Future Plan (HDFP) will be overseen by the Royal Office, as a part of the Royal Government of Hokoria, in coordination with all branches of the Royal Government of Hokoria and public bodies of the State of Hokoria.

The Government aims to complete the initial Hokorian Digital Future Plan (HDFP) by early May 2025, though it may be released as early as November 2024.

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