The Ondo State Civic Data Centre (ODCDC) was established in May, 2013. It was carved out of the State Information Technology Agency (SITA) for the main purpose of managing the Residency Card Project also known as Kaadi Igbe Ayo.- Manage the State’s Civic Data and act as the regulatory/institutional mechanism for implementing Government’s reform initiatives through the use of the State Residency Card code-name Kaadi Igbe Ayo; and(b) Operate and manage the Civic Data operations in each Local Government Area of Ondo State by:(i) creating, managing, maintaining and operating a Civic Database including the harmonization and integration of existing databases in government agencies;(ii) carrying out the registration and compilation of residents of Ondo State that are 18 years old;(iii) carrying out the registration for non-indigenes of Ondo State who have been resident in the State for 10 years and above; (iv) issuing a Residency Card to any person so registered;(v) collating information obtained by the Centre or its units in pursuance of its functions and reproducing such information as may be required by Government for the purpose of planning, etc;(vi) assigning an identification Number to any person so registered;(vii) ensuring the preservation, protection, sanctity and security (including cyber-security) of any information or data collected, or stored in respect of the Civic Database;(viii) maintaining secured communication links with end users in:a. Abiye Health Rangers Schemeb. Medical records Schemec. Abiye Clinic visits Schemed. General Services Scheme, etc(ix) collaborating with relevant bodies and agencies in data utilization;(x) responding to verification enquiries regarding the identification of individuals;(xi) performing such other duties which, in the opinion of government are necessary or expedient for Good Service Delivery;(xii) researching and monitoring developments in the utilization of data so generated; and (xiii) carrying out the registration of births and the de-registration of deaths in Ondo State in collaboration with hospitals, churches, mosques and local authorities etc."
Through Kaadi Igbe Ayo, government saved over 400 million naira which would have been lost to wastage, fraud or inefficiency - Through the use of Kaadi Igbe Ayo, pregnant women in the State have had access to over 1.2 billion naira worth of total free high-quality maternal care since 2012