This Strategic ICT Roadmap for Malaysia was mooted by the National Information Technology Council (NITC) and re-iterated in the Ninth Malaysian Plan. It identifies three Technology Focus Areas that could advance Malaysia economically and technologically over the next ten years and beyond, and could help fulfil the tenets of Vision 2020: (1) Wireless Sensor Networks, (2) Predictive Analytics, and (3) Three-Dimensional Internet.
Open Source Competency Centre (OSCC) a Malaysian government centre which serves as the point of reference for support and guidance in the implementation of Open Source Software in the the public sector. It provides resources on various policies, guidelines, recommendations and status of OSS implementation in government agencies.
This chapter of the Eighth Malaysia Plan reveals the progress of the previous Seventh Malaysia Plan on ICT in detail with statistics based on 1996-2000. The chapter also shows the Malaysia's perspective and action plan in developing ICT for the year 2001-2005.
Building Institutional Capacity in Asia - Alleviating the Digital Divide: Policy Recommendations for Malaysia, Thailand, The Philppines, Vietnam (Executive Summary)
This report examines the evolving Asian ICT environment using a comparative framework. It undertakes an audit of the ICT initiatives in Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam. Data collection involved in this report has been supplemented by interviews with senior policy leaders and executives from key government and research agencies.
This report documents the detail recommendations resulting from the research and analysis conducted in the development of the Malaysian Government Interoperability Framework (MyGIF). It contains information of ICT standards and technical specifications recommended for adoption in the MyGIF.
A Sourcebook by Anis Yusal Yusoff and Sharon Lim. This sourcebook is a first attempt to meet the increasing need for materials and projects relating to information and communications technology for development (ICT4D) that are of particular concern to those who are working in this area in Malaysia.
Regional Human Development Report – Promoting ICT for Human Development in Asia 2004: Realising the Millennium Development Goals - Summary
This summary document, with a foreword by Sir Arthur C. Clarke, presents the essence of a pioneering attempt to assess the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in human development in Asia. It captures the rich variety of ICT initiatives in nine Asian countries (China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam) and draws lessons for identifying policy directions.
Good Practices in Information and Communication Technology Policies in Asia and the Pacific: Promotion of Enabling Policies and Regulatory Frameworks for Information and Communication Technology Development in the Asia-Pacific Region
This study is intended to be a resource for ICT policy planners and decision makers, and offers policy-oriented perspectives on ICT policy formulation and implementation in the Asia-Pacific region In preparing for the study, fact-finding missions were fielded to India, Malaysia and the Republic of Korea, followed by a regional seminar on enabling policies and regulatory frameworks for ICT development in the Asian and Pacific region held at Bangkok in December 2003 and an ESCAP/ITU regional training workshop on enabling policies and regulatory frameworks for ICT development in the Asian and
The paper explores several areas linked to information management systems throughout Asia Pacific, and reveals a strong general trend towards improved management systems. It also highlights the massive growth of data that governments are required to keep and the challenge of keeping up with expected future growth.
This chapter of the Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010 shows the progress after the implementation of the provious Eighth Malaysia Plan 2001-2005. It outlines their vision and action plan toward the country development using ICTs.