ICT EXPO-2019 took place

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The annual ICT Expo-2019 successfully organized at the Misheel Expo Center from 27-29 September 2019 by the Communications and Information Technology Authority for the 13th consecutive year under the motto- Together in Digital Development. The expo was attended by more than 50 organizations of public and private sectors and introduced the latest technology and ICT new products and services. The Best of the Best award - Mobicom Corporation Innovative technology and solution - iTools The Best product - Veritech ERP The Best service- CallPro The Best national content- Skytel The Best startup- Odo Ecosystem The Best social responsible company- Unitel The Best digital service- Golomt Bank The Best public organization introducing innovation and technology (CITA named award)- National Road Transport Center The Best booth design- Mongolia Telecom In the framework of the ICT Expo 2019, a forum also took place under the theme, ‘Digital Development’, at Best Western Premier Tuushin Hotel on 24 September 2019 where local and international companies introduced their new technologies, exchanged best practices, discussed future trend, challenges and further measures to be taken.   [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


“Together in digital development-2019” forum took place

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The annual ICT Expo2019 to be organized at the Misheel Expo Center from 27-29 September 2019 forthe 13th consecutive year. In the framework of the ICT Expo 2019, a forum tookplace under the theme “Together in Digital Development” at Best Western Premier Tuushin Hotel on 24 September2019, jointly by the Communications and Information Technology Authorityand Mongolian Information and Communication Operators` Association. The forummainly focused on policies and strategies of ICT sector and governmentactivities shall be taken to successfully implement the digital transformation.Among representatives of policymakers, service providers, non-governmentalorganizations, universities and international organizations of ICT industry hotdiscussions were extended on each panel, concerning to ensurecross-sectoral coherences of ICT applications, programmes and projects, increase productivity and economic efficiency throughintroducing ICTs in other sectors and enhance leadership of ICT privatecompanies to provide digital transformation in the business areas and othersectors. During the forum, besides of the presentations and panel discussions, the web portal of Integrated Public Service Center was introduced. The purpose of the web portal is to allow citizens to get public services using DAN System (state authentication system) or their digital signatures.     [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Asia-Pacific ICT Ministerial meeting -2019 took place

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Ministers responsible for ICT, from 32 Members and Associate Members of the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT), met in Singapore during 25-26 June 2019 to commit to a connected digital future for the region by adopting the “Singapore Statement on Co-creating a Connected Digital Future in the Asia-Pacific”. On behalf of the Government of Mongolia, representatives from CITA, CRC headed by Mr. Chinbat Baatarjav, The Chairman of CITA attended the meeting. Mr.Chinbat gave Mongolian Statementunder the topic of Digital Transformation, Digital Innovation, and Creativity introducing current measures and achievements towards the development of digital transformation in Mongolia and conveyed the Congratulatory Messages of Prime Minister, Mr. Khurelsukh Ukhnaa to all delegates on the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the APT. The Singapore Statement sets out the vision of a connected digital future through the development of ICT in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asia-Pacific ICT Ministerial Meeting was last held in Brunei Darussalam in 2014. Over the past five years, the ICT development in the region has shown remarkable improvements in accordance with the key priority areas identified at that meeting. Cognisant of the rapidly evolving digital and ICTs landscape, the Ministers have identified the following five new Strategic Goals in the Singapore Statement to guide efforts to build a connected digital future in the Asia-Pacific region: Digital Transformation aims to provide an enabling environment for ICT development through improved ICT connectivity and access for citizens and businesses so as to accelerate the digital transformation of the economy and society, which will, in turn, contribute to socio-economic growth, innovation, and better delivery of public services; Digital Innovation and Creativity aims to create an environment that is conducive for digital innovation and creativity, by introducing policies and frameworks that encourage emerging technologies, accelerate the growth of digital entrepreneurship, and promote international standards on ICT; Digital Community which aims to make ICT accessible to everyone in our communities, including in the unserved and underserved geographical regions and people from vulnerable groups, and to embrace diversity, through inclusive policies and the development of reliable ICT infrastructure; Digital Trust aims to encourage trusted and secured systems that promote the protection of data privacy, facilitate the free and secure flow of information, and are resilient towards cyber threats so that people can engage in online activities with confidence and openly share information online; Digital Capacity Building and Partnerships aim to build digital literacy and skills of all citizens so that they will be well-equipped to work collaboratively, both within the ICT sector as well as across other sectors, towards co-creating a connected digital future in the region.   [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Bill to amment the basic laws of ICT sector approved

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Parliament approved the amendments of Law on Communication, Law on Radio Wave, and Law on Post. The Law on Communications of Mongolia was adopted in 1995 and has been amended eight times. However, the existing law can no longer foster the development of the communications market, and promotion of fair competition, and distribution of quality products and services of telecommunications to citizens and legal entities. Hence, a Bill to amend the Law includes a number of regulations such as clarifying the duties of the Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia, increasing its role in tariff regulation of market competition, determining the sector’s monopolist, prohibiting any activity that is contrary to the competition and ensuring inter-sector coordination to develop information technology through one policy and planning. The Law on Radio wave has added some provisions concerning to reduce negative impacts of radio frequencies on public health and the environment, increase economic benefits of radiofrequency usages and update terms and descriptions in line with international treaties as well as Radio Regulation of ITU. Furthermore, it determines the legal status of the freelance professional council to be responsible for preparing for WRC and its regional preparatory meetings, implementing international radio frequency coordination, introducing new technologies, and providing professional opinions and recommendations. The Law on Post was updated by provisions concerning the definitions of the main postal network, the status of designated operator, unified postal code, frequency, route, and timing of service delivery and to bring them to the international standards.   [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Certyfying authorities to issue digital signature certificate

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] In accordance with the Law of Mongolia on Digital Signature, the followings Certified Authorities are granted to issue Digital Signature Certificate by the CITA: Tridum Security LLC Address: 17/2, Zamchdiin street, 3 khoroo, Bayangol District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Tel: 976-70120072 /5509/ Fax: 976-70110072 Website: Email: Monpass CA LLC Address: 207, Nisora Tower, Tokyo Street, Bayanzurkh District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Tel: 976-18002535 Website: Email: VSM LLC Address: 133/2, Ajilchnii street, 3 khoroo, Khan-Uul District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Tel: 976-76001617 Fax: 976-70001092 Website: Email: New Compass LLC Address: 42, Monel-3, 1 khoroo, Chingeltei District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Tel: 976-70119190, 976-91111104 Website: Email: [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Meeting with delegation of the unicode consortium

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Unicode Consortium and the Communications and Information Technology Authority of Mongolia co-organized the 3rd Unicode Mongolian Working Group Meeting on April 4th-5th, 2019. President of Mongolia Khaltmaagiin Battulga today received the delegation of the Unicode Consortium that came to Mongolia to attend the meeting, including Lisa Moore, Vice President of the Unicode Consortium and Chair of the Unicode Technical Committee, Deborah Anderson, Technical Director of the Unicode Consortium, and Andrew Glass, technical expert. President Battulga appreciated the active involvement of the Unicode Consortium in the encoding of the traditional Mongolian script and expressed his pleasure with the consensus that has been reached on retaining the traditional phonetic model of encoding the script. Ms.Moore spoke about the Mongolian Working Group Meeting that took place in San Jose, the United States, during which it was concluded that a phonetic model would be used instead of a graphetic model. Therefore, more efforts will be directed towards simplification and enhancement of the phonetic model. Regarding this matter, the delegation of the Unicode Consortium exchanged views with G.Uyanga, Human Rights and Civil Society Policy Advisor to the President, and the representatives of the National Council on Language Policy.  Source:   [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Mongolia to host 13th meeting of APSCO council

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Mongolia to host the 13th Meeting of the Council of Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO) in November 2019. The 12th Meeting of the Council of APSCO was held in Beijing, China from 11-13 November 2018 and made this decision. Mr. Chinbat Baatarjav, Chairman of Communications and Information Technology Authority of Mongolia, hosted the Meeting as the Chairman of APSCO Council. The Council Members from Bangladesh, China, Iran, Mongolia, Pakistan, Peru, Thailand, Turkey, and Observer State Mexico attended the Meeting. The 12th Meeting of APSCO Council approved the Budget for 2019 and reviewed financial and operational performance in 2017 as well as prepared a list of projects and programs to be continued in 2019 along with Feasibility Studies. During the Meeting, the APSCO Development Vision-2030 was approved by the Council. It becomes one of the highlighted and major achievements in the history of the APSCO’s development. Within the framework of the educational programs, the 12th Meeting of APSCO Council approved cooperation Agreements on Degree Education with three top space-related Universities: NPU, HIT, and BUAA, and MoU with NPU on the establishment of APSCO-NPU Talents Training Base. Moreover, the Council approved another tripartite Agreement between CNSA-APSCO-CMA, on Application of FY Meteorological Satellite Data. This would help the member States to get accurate weather data for wide-ranging requirements.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


The International Telecommunication Union’s 20th Plenipotentiary Conference commenced

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]ITU's 20th Plenipotentiary Conference (PP-18) opened today with a global call for the world to “act as one" to connect the world's nearly four billion people who remain unconnected to the Internet. The Plenipotentiary Conference is the highest decision-making body of ITU, the United Nations specialized agency for ICTs. Held every four years, the Conference is the key event at which ITU Member States build consensus on key international ICT issues, elect leaders for the Union's top posts, and decide on a roadmap for ITU's work over the next four-year period, including strategic and financial plans. More than 2500 participants are attending PP-18, including heads of government, ministers, and other delegates from most of ITU's 193 the Member States, as well as representatives from private companies, academic institutions, and national, regional, and international bodies. PP-18 takes place from 29 October to 16 November at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE. On behalf of the Mongolian Government, delegations headed by Mr. Chinbat Baatarjav, Chairman of the Communications and Information Technology Authority, and Mr. Chinzorig Gonchig, Chairman and CEO of the Communication Regulatory Commission are taking place at the Conference. The ITU PP-18 includes the election for the posts of ITU Secretary-General, Deputy Secretary-General, Director of ITU's Radiocommunication Bureau, Director of ITU's Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, Director of ITU's Telecommunication Development Bureau, Radio Regulations Board (RRB), and the ITU Council. As of 01 November, the winning candidates are: Mr. Houlin Zhao of China was re-elected to the post of ITU Secretary-General. Mr. Malcolm Johnson of the United Kingdom was re-elected to the post of ITU Deputy Secretary-General. Dr. Chaesub Lee of the Republic of Korea was re-elected to the post of TSB Director. A major stride was taken to bridge the digital gender divide, with the election of the first woman to an ITU leadership position in the Union's 153-year history. Ms. Doreen Bogdan-Martin of the United States was elected to the post of BDT Director. It means the 20th Plenipotentiary Conference of the ITU has elected the first woman to one of five top executive positions in the history of the organization. These elections will be followed by the second round of elections for the post of Director of ITU's Radiocommunication Bureau, the RRB, and the ITU Council. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Mongolia joins Safer Internet Day

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Safer Internet Day 2018 is celebrated globally today on Tuesday 6th February 2018 with the slogan “Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you”. Safer Internet Day (SID) has been celebrated in Europe since 2004, and it is becoming an international initiative of over 130 countries worldwide. This initiative is designed to help young people understand and use the present achievements of digital technology in a positive and safe manner. Mongolia has officially engaged with this international initiative in November 2017. In this connection, related agencies of the Government including Communications and Information Technology Authority, Family, Youth Development Authority, and Communications Regulatory Commission are planning to take action to disseminate a Safer Internet environment throughout the country jointly with the private sector operating in the telecommunication sector, UNICEF, and other governmental and non-governmental organizations. Everyone join us today to create a better internet for everyone, in particular the youngest users out there. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


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