Official Gazette Notices To Move To

October 18, 2018

The Ministry for the Cabinet Office with Responsibility for Government Reform is advising that on November 1st the Official Gazette will move to the government website.

“This means that all Government Notices, Bermuda Regulations, and Legal Notices will be found at,” the Ministry said. “The Ministry notes that some Government notices may continue to be published in other media entities to ensure the widest possible distribution of the content.”

Minister for the Cabinet Office with Responsibility for Government Reform Lovitta Foggo said, “The shift from using a traditional newspaper for official notices to the use of an online tool that allows access to notices on any mobile device is consistent with Government’s move towards becoming a digital leader.

“The Government recognizes the need to embrace a rapidly changing technological landscape. We are committed to adapting our service delivery to meet the needs of our modern society.”

Minister Foggo notes, “This new online Official Gazette allows the Government to fulfill its responsibilities efficiently and effectively.

“Further, it’s part of a longer term reform strategy that will see the public benefit from more comprehensive, secure and accessible digital services from the Government. Ultimately, our reform vision is a future-forward Government for the people of Bermuda.”

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  1. chart says:

    The official gazette is supposed to be permanent and tamperproof – which is exactly what the Government website is well known for. LOL.
    This is a joke – I am guessing their cost to built this will more than several years of what they pay the newspaper – and it will cost them even more to operate. And that it will be substandard. And that it will be tweaked to suit political ends.

  2. Chart Topper says:

    Ahhh! We have a resident comic blogger

  3. Laurence Fox says:

    Being hosted in Ireland so still costs involved.
    Probably more reliable than hosting it here in house!