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1 Enter ITU-UUM ASP CoE For Rural ICT Development Universiti Utara Malaysia UUM Sintok, Kedah Darul Aman, MALAYSIA. Tel: Fax: Website: 30 th June 2011 Krabi, Thailand ADB/ITU FINAL INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON RURAL ICT DEVELOPMENT



4 The National IT Council (NITC) Established in 1994 Chaired by the Prime Minister Second term Council comprises of all three sectors National level strategic planning for the application and development of IT top-down and bottom-up approaches Community interest Sector PublicSector Private Private Sector Sector Source:

5 NATIONAL ICT POLICIES Source: 1.National IT Agenda - NITANational IT Agenda - NITA 2.MyICMS 886MyICMS National Broadband PlanNational Broadband Plan National Broadband Initiative (NBI)National Broadband Initiative (NBI) 4.Critical National Information Infrastructure (CNII) 5.National Cyber-Security Policy (NCSP) 6.Ninth Malaysia Plan 7.Third Outline Perspective Plan 8.Third Industrial Master Plan (IMP3) 9.Open Source Software Master Plan 10.Intellectual Property (IP) Commercialisation Policy 11.Science & Technology (S&T) Policy 12.Cyberlaws in Malaysia 13.Bio-informatics & biotechnology

6 Key National Policies Communications and Multimedia Acts of 1998 (CMA 1998) key legal foundation for ICT development in Malaysia One of the first authorizing communications laws in the world specifically focused on the convergence of media, and established a framework for regulating and managing the evolution of integrated networks and services Transparency Technology neutrality Self regulation Social responsibility Consumer protection Fundamental principles of CMA 1998 amendment (in 2006) to the CMA 1998 expanded the objectives for ICT development to include broadband Internet and cellular services, and also expanded the definition of underserved groups.

7 Key National Policies Coordinating institutions planning, implementation and coordination of all policies related to all three of these sectors a pioneering role -establishment and maintenance of its own class of rural public telecentres, the Pusat Internet Desa (PIDs). to establish Malaysia as a global ICT hub in the region, to ensure information from all sources of media is accurate and precise, and to preserve and promotes Malaysia's heritage and culture. Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture (MICC)

8 Key National Policies Coordinating institutions Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC/SKMM) Economic regulation Technical regulation Consumer protection Social regulation Key functions promote the Government's national policy objectives for the communications and multimedia sector Oversees the new regulatory framework for the converging industries of telecommunications, broadcasting and on- line activities Primary Role established on 1 Nov 1998 pursuant to the provisions of CMA 1998, role of promoting and regulating the communications and multimedia industry and to enforce the communications and multimedia laws in Malaysia

9 Key National Policies source: Other Ministries and Government Agencies Economic Planning Unit (EPU), Prime Ministers Office Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), Multimedia Super-Corridor (MSC) Ministry of Ministry of Rural and Regional Development (MRRD) Ministry of Health Ministry of Education Department of Agriculture Ministry of Science, Technology & Industry (MOSTI) Department of Information Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperative & Consumerism(MDTCC) Ministry of Youth & Sport Ministry of Housing & Local Government (MHLG) Ministry of Women, Family & Community Development (MWFCD) State Governments

10 ICT Policy Division, MOSTI purpose of the establishment was for the planning, implementation, coordination and monitoring of ICT development in the country Coordinate and manage Content Industry Development Fund (eContent Fund) and Demonstrator Application Grant Scheme (DAGS); Coordinate technical evaluation and monitor implementation of ICT projects under ScienceFund, TechnoFund, InnoFund and National Science Fellowship (NSF); Supervise and coordinate ICT Cluster participation in promoting and enhancing ICT awareness at the Federal, State and International level; Manage international affairs related to ICT; and Coordinated matters related to the ICT Cluster Act as the Secretariat to the Implementation Council of the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC-ICM) and National Information Technology Council which looks into matters pertaining to: Policy Formulation and Setting of Strategic Direction; Policy Coordination and Evaluation; Technology Assessment and Adoption; Industry Promotion. FUNCTIONS ICT Policy Division MOSTI

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18 NITA back a national strategy and priority for leap- frogging Malaysia into the IT Age a moving target, and an evolving, learning culture of IT utilisation for Quality of Work and Life improvement for all Malaysians a framework for IT programme development at federal, state and local government levels with the partnership of private and community interest sectors National IT Agenda (NITA)

19 Malaysian Information, Communications and Multimedia Services (My ICMS) 886 back MY ICMS 886

20 National Broadband Plan ( ) back Generate adequate supply in terms of broadband infrastructure, via various available technologies deemed appropriate by 2008 Stimulate demand to ensure efficient take-up of broadband services via suitable content & applications services Explore regulations and where necessary, introduce new ones to facilitate broadband rollout through various funding mechanisms to finance the project OBJECTIVES Identify gaps in existing regulations and where necessary, introduce new ones to facilitate broadband rollout. The then Ministry of Energy, Communications and Multimedia and MCMC decided to embark on a project for the next 10 years in communications development Malaysian Cabinet approved the National Broadband Plan (NBP). 2004

21 Zone 1 - comprises of high economic impact areas Zone 2 - includes towns and suburban areas Zone 3 - primarily includes rural areas NBI ZONE National Broadband Initiatives National Broadband Implementation Strategy puts in place a national strategy that will bring broadband to the whole nation. Next

22 Source: back National Broadband Initiatives

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