The National Computer Board (NCB) was set up in 1988 by the National Computer Board Act (Act No.43) to promote the development of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Mauritius. It is a para-statal body administered by a Board of Directors and operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Information Technology, Communication and Innovation
The NCB has recently redefined its strategies to respond more effectively to new national aspirations in view of multi-facetted challenges emerging in the wake of globalization and threatening the very resilience of the country's economy. Its core mission is now to accelerate the transition of Mauritius into a regional ICT hub and ensure the swift realization of government's objective to make of the ICT sector a key pillar of the economy.
To be the key enabler in transforming Mauritius into a Cyber island and the regional ICT hub.
To e-power people, businesses and the public sector by developing and promoting ICT and ICT related services in Mauritius.
- We are committed to quality and excellence
- We believe in teamwork and partnership
- We are determined to provide professional services to our stakeholders, customers and partners
- We aim at continuous improvement
- We invest in our people