Martin Ssekajja is currently the head of information Technology at Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), He has worked with KCCA since 2011, and He has previously worked with Uganda Revenue Authority and Makerere University. Martin has vast experience working with international Agencies such as UNDP, World Bank, AFD, and International Networks such ASToN (Africa Smart Cities Network), WEGO (World Smart and Sustainable Cities Organization), The Global Smart Cities Alliance, and the smart cities world.
Martin holds an executive Master’s Degree in Business Administration from East and South Africa Management Institute Tanzania, a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Makerere University. He has been certified in various leadership and technology courses locally and globally.
The following are some of the notable achievements;
Chairman Kampala capital city Authority football club
Executive committee member of the world smart and sustainable cities
Advisory board member of SEMA and Smart Cities World.
Certificate of appreciation for chairing and transforming the KCCA staff SACCO
Country project manager for Africa Smart cities Network (ASToN) by French Development Agency, 2019
Best Chief Information Officer, Government of Uganda, 2019.
Silver Award for best Cooperative Smart City framework at the United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development, Geneva.
Business Excellence Award by Uganda Communications Commission, 2015
Best chief information officer Uganda (country category), by PWC and CIO East Africa, 2014
KCCA Executive Directors award for best team, 2013
Set up KCCA Citywide communication infrastructure and online transactions
Project manager for the pilot city surveillance system
Mentor for Microsoft Imagine Cup Innovations.