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Myanmar ICT Master Plan Development

Study Visit on Myanmar ICT Master Plan Development
Date : Jan-11-2005

"Promoting the economic growth of developing countries and accelerating regional economic integration"

The working-level study visit course for the Myanmar ICT Development Master Plan Project is conducted at KISDI (President John. H. Lee) from Jan. 9 to Feb. 5.

The course began on Jun. 11 with the welcoming address of KISDI President Lee in participation of Dr. Kang In-soo, senior researcher at KISDI and the seventeen members of e-National Task Force including public officials of the Myanmar's government.

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A working-level course for Myanmar Master Plan Development is conducted at KISDI for a month.

The Myanmar ICT Development Master Plan Project sponsored by KOICA and carried out by KISDI is designed to help promote ICT development in Myanmar by working out the ICT development master plan and detailed action plans. The Project is aimed to develop the Myanmar's economy and ultimately establish the Initiative for ASEAN Integration (IAI), thereby contributing to bridging the development gap among nations and accelerating regional economic integration. This working-level course was prepared as a follow-up step for the Program organized last October for the purpose of enhancing the awareness of Myanmar's high-ranking policymakers about the ICT Master Plan.

KISDI President Lee is delivering his welcoming address to participants in the study visit on Myanmar ICT Master Plan Development.

This course will be an opportunity for Myanmar's working-level officials to learn Korea's know-how in developing ICT policies and the legal framework. KISDI is planning to provide full support for the course in order for participants to effectively implement an ICT Master Plan campaign in Myanmar.

The four-week long course will include: 1) detailed subjects of the Master Plan including e-government, e-commerce, ICT HRD, IT industry, a policy for the knowledge-based society, and standardization, 2) ICT infrastructure, industry, laws and institutions, Application, and 3) a field trip to ICT industrial facilities.


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