Ict in Malaysia Essay example

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ICT IN MALAYSIA: POLICY, REGULATION & INDUSTRY
PROGRESS (1996-2000) AND PROSPECTS (2001-2005)
Presented by Gazali Abas at ITU-Waseda University Workshop for Regulators and Policy-Makers “New Trends in ICT” 13th-24th November, 2001 Waseda University Tokyo, JAPAN

CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

INTRODUCTION PROGRESS (1996-2000) PROSPECTS (2001-2005) ALLOCATION CONCLUSION

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1. INTRODUCTION
THE BIG PICTURE - Human Capital 23 m - Vision 2020 - Long-term Outline Perspective Plan - Five-year Development Plan - K-Economy - ICT policy, regulation and industry
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2. PROGRESS, 1996-2000
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Utilization of ICT National IT Agenda Development of the Multimedia Super
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By the end on 2000, a total of 429 companies was granted MSC status.

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1. The multimedia development applications
1. 2. 3. 4.

2.4 MSC Flagship Applications

Electronic government Smart schools Multipurpose cards Telehealth

2. Multimedia environment application
5. R&D 6. Worldwide manufacturing web 7. Borderless marketing

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2.4.1 Electronic Government
Objective- to improve government operations in terms of its internal process and delivery of services to the public and to business. Under this Flagship, six pilot projects were implemented:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Electronic Service Electronic Procurement Generic Office Environment Human Resource Management Information System Project Monitoring System Electronic Labor Exchange
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2.4.1 E-Government (cont.)
2.4.1.1 E-Services Issuance and renewal of driver’s license. Fines processing. Driving test scheduling. Utility payments. 2.4.1.2 Electronic Procurement To benefit 20,000 large and small suppliers to government’s offices.
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2.4.1 E-Government (cont.)
2.4.1.3 Generic Office Environment
A generic set of tools was developed such as document management, messaging system, electronic meeting and decision tracking, which could assist the functioning of core process, thus facilitating day-to-day operations and management

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