TÜRKSAT, which was created within the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of the Republic of Turkey, is the only satellite operator, providing all kind of satellite communication through its own satellites, as well as other satellites.
By providing digital reforms, it operates in the field of ICT development and management through e-Gov operations, satellite communication and broadcasting services, including voice, information, internet, TV and radio services in vast territories from Asia to Europe. Therefore, this features paves the way for its recognition as a leading Turkish company.
In addition, TÜRKSAT regulates e-Gov Portal within the framework of information services and carries out projects for the delivery of electronic public services.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) is part of the Cabinet Office, which is governed by the Ministerial Group on Government Digital Technology, and the digital, data and technology leaders of the central government departments and devolved administrations. The Agency's main job is digital transformation of government. The GDS run GOV.UK, the best place to find government services and information. GOV.UK Portal began as an alpha, built in just 10 weeks, and has grown to become part of the national digital infrastructure. It's always being improved in response to user research and user feedback.
The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (Turkish: Türk İşbirliği ve Koordinasyon İdaresi Başkanlığı, TİKA) is a government department of the Prime Ministry of Turkey. TİKA is responsible for organization of the bulk of Turkey's official development assistance to developing countries, with a particular focus on Turkic countries and communities.Focusing on development cooperation, TİKA works in more than 150 countries, including the ones where their offices are located. Company shares it's knowledge and experience through TİKA, with many countries from the Balkans to Africa, from the Middle East to Latin America.
The Ministry of the Interior and Safety (MOIS) is responsible for general affairs of the State Council, promulgation of Acts and subordinate statutes and treaties, government organization and prescribed number of public officials, awards and decorations, government innovation, administrative efficiency, e-government, personal information protection, management of government buildings and support for elections and referendums. Furthermore, the MOIS actively promotes local autonomy and decentralization by supporting business, finance and taxation of local governments and mediating disputes among local governments. In addition, the MOIS takes charge of establishing, supervising and adjusting policies related to safety and disaster management such as emergency countermeasure, civil defense and disaster prevention.