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DICT

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Director(ate) of Information and Computer Technology
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Honasan, a graduate of Philippine Military Academy 'Matatag' Class of 1971, has replaced DICT Acting Secretary Eliseo Rio Jr.
Under the rules of the accelerated roll-out of common towers, some 2,500 sites, most of which are owned by the DICT and other government agencies, will serve as locations for common towers.
The Rio directive stated: 'The DICT is hereby endorsing the mandate of Presidential Adviser Ramon Jacinto in overseeing and taking charge of government initiatives aimed at, among others, achieving a speedy online connectivity of government agencies.
Rio, though, noted that the DICT will continue to work on policies that are lined up to stimulate competition and further improve telecommunication services.
The project, he said, will be integrated with the programs of the DICT, which was tasked to lead the implementation of the Free Internet Access Program Law.
In February, the DICT secured a P24-million grant from the US Trade and Development Agency.
According to the DICT, local telcos have not reported any incident of a national security breach from their Huawei equipment.
The DICT CyberSecurity Bureau is currently in the process of conducting its own investigation but data consistently shows that organizations compliant with the international information security standard ISO/IEC 27001 / 27002.
Last Monday the DICT formally signed an MOU with Russia's BiZone Limited Liability Co.
"The law establishing the DICT has insufficient guidance on the scope of the agency's authority," she said in the policy note.
In November 2018, the President appointed Senator Gregorio Honasan II as DICT Secretary, and the lawmaker readily accepted the post.
We at the DICT are very pleased with our partnership with DOST.