1. The National ICT policy written 2013 by President Nieto, the document was an important step in Mexico’s ICT development . It was written officially by the office of the president and is all in Spanish. Here is another great page about the plans expected effects.
There WAS also a very important project to increase the amount of ICT’s in use by Mexican citizens called compuapoyo . It was very successful and allowed mexican citizens to purchase ICT’s at reduced prices. Here is a video explaining
2. Mexico’s ICT policy is overseen by the office of the president here
3. There are important non- official programs and NGO’s in Mexico that are integral to the ICT process:
The NGO that is very involved is called CUDI, it is involved in connecting Mexico’s schools, research centers, cities, and libraries. This organizations is so far very successful and has already laid down 8,000 KM of cable.
4. The resources for Mexico are relatively easy to find but they all in Spanish. Mexico is also an interesting country to pick because they are really taking their ICT development seriously
YOU MUST AT LEAST KNOW BASIC SPANISH (on at least the 2030 level). If you know Spanish but are not fluent I would recommend this website as the best translator that is free on the internet Spanish Translator