OK, such a great incentives to target on. Lets analyze a bit.
Why would Feds do this? To boost domestic IT education sector overall, or to encourage local citizens and alike to get on-line?
Well, I assuming Chilean Universities doing their jobs and keep graduating "statistically viable numbers" every year, right?
Any ideas on how many those students come out with major in IT/Computer Science?
What % of domestic demand for business development covered every year?
Secondly, what is the idea of "marketing demand" for local businesses in IT sector?
To DO what?
To write more apps for HTC and alikes? What are in these quadrillions of existing apps that are not covered yet?
To easily decipher proud phone owners/service subscribers medical codes of the last year urine sample on-line(!!!), with ability to sign it and fax it to the local county office for approval to apply for their rightful choice (already suggested by County Board Members meeting earlier this year) of paint on their house walls (front external)?
Or there something more important?
To successfully change passwords and/or exam tenants IQ in apartment/condo complexes remotely?
Are there ever-growing number of tenants switching their units and so their corresponding ID's?
Another "webdesign&development" team of "highly professional at MS/BS Type-For-Nothing BMX300" so and "very skilled in VSOA/DMGF" so, who will promote this and that? What?
What is NOT covered or being promoted YET?
Btw, there are endless source of uncounted stars and trees in forest. Fishes and birds counting in North-West Patagonia? Hm--m-... (just wait a second, .... no ...)
No, too late, Washington State University already have such app free of charge for seniors, effective since last year.