This platform brings together policymakers who recently attended a regional conference for the Central and Eastern Africa Regions on “Digital Economy and E-Government: Bridging the Digital Divide” from 19 – 21 February 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya. The main objective of this policy dialogue was to enhance the capacity African governments and policy makers in e-government solutions to improve the efficiency of key public services. The conference thus improved their knowledge of e-government and discussed policy options to improve the quality and efficacy of public service. The topics discussed aimed at sensitizing participants on ICT based quality solutions such as the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and its impact on the future of work in Africa; big data in action for governments; digital identity and its applications; and block chain for development. Discussions focused on ways of leveraging on technology; digital economy for regional integration; government workspace modernization; data protection and regulation; and smart factories.