fmct ministerial platform of 22052012

Report
Ministry of Communication Technology
MINISTERIAL PLATFORM
Presented By
THE HONOURABLE MINISTER OF COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
MRS OMOBOLA JOHNSON
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Creation of the Ministry
• Bifurcation of Ministry of
Communications
FMCT
NCC
NITDA
NIPOST
Information
GALAXY
BACKBONE
&
NIGCOMSAT
The Ministry inherited three (3) agencies and two
(2) Limited Liability Companies
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The Ministry Mandate
• To leverage Information and Communication
Technology
for
national
socio-economic
development
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The Nigeria ICT Industry - a high growth industry
• Nigerian ICT
sector was the
fastest growing
sector of the
Nigerian economy
in 2010 and 2011,
contributing
5.46% to GDP in
2011
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Source: NBS
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The Nigeria ICT industry - a high growth industry
Contribution of ICT Industry to GDP
Legend
~5.46%
Converged Services
(Data, voice & media)
Transaction
Services
High growth
Medium growth
Infrastructure
Service Providers
Value Added
Services
Training & Education
Mobile
Network
Operators
Low growth
Device Assembly
Device Sales &
Distribution
Access Provision
Device
Maintenance &
Repairs
Satellite Operators
Internet Service
Providers
Research &
Development
Call Center Operations
Software Maintenance &
Support
Software
Installation &
Customization
Software
Sales &
Distribution
Annual Maintenance & Support
(servers & storage)
Fixed Wire-line
Operators
Equipment
Sales &
Distribution
Fixed Wireless
Operators
Equipment
Assembly
Equipment Maintenance
& Repairs
Support Services
Infrastructure Services
Business Process
Outsourcing
Software Development
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Nigeria ICT Industry – Local Content
• However,
domestic
value
added/local participation in key
areas is sub-optimal.
– Uncompetitive playing field
• Duties and taxes on finished and
locally manufactured goods
– Difficult
environment
manufacturing
– Consumer preference for global vs
local brands
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Local Computer
Manufacturers
30%
Foreign Computer
Manufacturers
70%
for
• Infrastructure
• Logistics
• skills
Over N59bn transferred out in
purchase and maintenance of Software
NIGERIA COMPUTER MARKET SHARE 2011
(690,000 units)
SIM Card Production
Outside the Country
100%
Mobile Phones
Imported
100%
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Nigeria ICT Industry – ICT Penetration
• There is over 7.78Tb of
Internet Capacity on the
shores of Nigeria from
four (4) main Undersea
Fibre Optic cables
• 50,000km of fibre optic
cable
• 18,000 base transceiver
stations
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The Nigeria ICT Industry - ICT Penetration
• We are challenged in getting this
capacity inland
– 58% mobile penetration, which
when compared to other African
countries reflect the need for
growth
– Internet users are about 52
million
– Internet subscription is about
3.6%
– Internet penetration is 33%
– Broadband penetration is 6%
– Average internet download speed
is 1.38Mbps
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Source: World Bank
58%
Nigeria
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The Nigeria ICT Industry - Leveraging ICT for
socio-economic development
• Most Nigerians are excluded from the growth and
development that can be aided by information and
communication technology
Health
Agriculture
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Education
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The Nigerian ICT Industry – Quality of Service
• Quality of Service Audit Report for GSM Operators
(March & April 2012)
Legend
CSSR: Call Setup Success Rate
CDR: Call Drop Rate
HoSR: Handover Success Rate
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SDCCH: SD CCH Congestion Rate
CCR: Call Completion Rate
TCHCoNG: TCH (Assignment) Congestion Rate
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The Priorities of the Ministry are therefore
INFRASTRUCTURE
INCLUSIVE
DEVELOPMENT
JOB CREATION
E-GOVERNMENT
 Connecting Nigeria
• Speed and Quality of Service (QoS)
 Connecting Nigerians
• Bridging the Digital Divide
 Local Value Added
• Domestic Participation in the New Economy
 Transparency & Efficiency in Governance
& Citizen Engagement
SUSTAINING A SOUND REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT
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Infrastructure:
Connecting Nigeria: Achievements
Creating an enabling environment for the accelerated roll-out of a robust reliable and
cost effective ICT infrastructure to increase citizen access to ICTs
- Efficient Spectrum Allocation
- Federal Right of Way approval
- Site Approval for Base Stations
- State and Local Government Right of Way approvals
- Multiple and Illegal Levies and Taxes
- Indiscriminate closure of base stations / willful damage to fiber
optic cables
- Interconnecting existing Fiber Optic Backbone
- Critical National Infrastructure Build
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Infrastructure:
Connecting Nigeria: Achievements
• To
complement
the
Fiber
connectivity and provide more
bandwidth for the nation, the
Ministry successfully launched
NigComSat-1R satellite on 19th
December 2011. NIGCOMSAT-1R
is a hybrid satellite for Broadcast,
Telecommunications
&
navigational
services
with
footprints in over thirty-five
African countries, parts of Europe,
parts of Asia.
• The Satellite would be used to
accelerate broadband penetration
in difficult-to-reach areas.
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Inclusive Development:
Bridging the Digital Divide: Achievements
• Extending the benefits of ICTs to all Nigerians regardless of
demographic or socio-economic status
– School Connect Programme
• School Access Programme (SAP) for Secondary Schools
– Deployed PCs and Internet access to 766 secondary schools
• Tertiary Institution Access Programme (TIAP)
– Deployed PCs and Internet access to 193 tertiary institutions
– Public Access Venues
• Deployed IT centres in 240 locations across all the six geo-political zones
• 146 Community Communications Centres deployed across the country
– Post Offices
• Collaboration with CBN to drive digital inclusion and financial inclusion
using the post office infrastructure
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Inclusive Development:
Bridging the Digital Divide: Achievements
• Nigeria Research & Education Network (NREN)
– In partnership with National University Commission
(NUC), World Bank and the TetFund, a 10Gbs fibre optic
based network to connect Nigerian Universities to the
wider reseach and education universe
– Project Phases
• Q2 2013 - Phase 1: Connect 36 Federal Universities, 28 OffCampus sites and 12 Medical Colleges
• Phase 2: State Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of
Education
– Funding
• Tetfund
• Universal Service Provision Fund
• World
bankTechnology
(STEP B Fund)
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of Communication
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Job Creation & Domestic Value Added:
Domestic Value Added: Achievements
•
Policy interventions and programmes that will grow the domestic ICT industry, create
jobs and increase the contribution of ICT to GDP.
– Federal Government ICT Procurement (2012):
• Personal Computers below certain configurations (4Gb Memory, 512Gb Hard disk) must be
purchased through Local OEMs
• Software and services to be procured only from local firms, multi-nationals with established
local presence, local firms with offshore international partners with a demonstrable skills and
knowledge transfer process.
– Computer Ownership Programme (to be launched in July 2012)
• Partnership between Intel, NUC, NYSC and Ministry
–
–
–
–
–
N50,000 – N80,000 a unit
Discounted Internet service
Affordable payback rate (N2,500 – N3,000 a month over 18 – 24 months)
1.5m units per annum by 2014
At least 50% supplied by local OEMs
– ICT Local Content Guidelines
• Finalising local content guidelines and policy intervention that will level the competitive field
and increase patronage of indigenous companies
– Customs duty and other charges
» Raw materials vs Finished goods
– To be launched Q1 2013
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Job Creation & Domestic Value Added:
Domestic Value Added: Achievements
• Capacity Building
• Telecoms Engineering Centres of Excellence
– Train and certify 5,000 Nigerians in Telecom Engineering, IC and related Electronics
over a period of 3 Years. This collaboration will
 Replace expatriate expertise with highly skilled Nigerians
 Increase supply of local highly skilled talent to a fast growing sector
 Enhance ICT Industry employment opportunities
 First Centre to be up and running Q4 2012
• In Country Cisco Academy for highest certification – CCIE (Cisco
Certified Internetwork Expert)
– Eliminate exorbitant cost of pursuing CCIE certification overseas
– Replace expatriate expertise with highly skilled Nigerians
• Scholarship Scheme for Masters and PhD students in ICT
related sector
– 111 scholarships awarded for MSc students
– 12 awarded to PhD students
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Job Creation & Domestic Value Added:
Domestic Value Added: Achievements
•
ICT Enterpreneurship
– Framework for National ICT Incubation centres completed. Incubation Centres will deliver to the
incubates:
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•
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Business and advisory services
Research and technology development services
Office Space
Enterprise counseling
Network services
– Two pilot locations to be delivered in Q3 2012 – Private sector managed
•
•
Calabar (Tinapa Knowledge City)
Lagos
– MOU with Nokia Corporation to establish an mlab in Nigeria to support the domestic mobile
software industry
– Venture Capital Fund for ICT Industry
•
•
Seed Capital of N500m secured
Sourcing matching capital from private sector(local and foreign)
–
–
•
Local enterpreneurs
Silicon Valley and other international funds
Fund will be launched Q3 2012
– Additional jobs projected
• 250,000 direct jobs
• 750,000 indirect jobs
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E-GOVERNMENT:
Achievements
• Established a robust approach to deploying technology in
government (egovernment)
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–
–
–
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Co-ordinated ICT Budgeting process
Professional advisory services during project conceptualisation
ICT Cadre
IT Shared Services
Emphasis on project delivery and programme management
1. Connected Government
2. Informed Citizenry
E-GOVERNMENT
3. Online Service Delivery
4. Open Government
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E-GOVERNMENT:
A Connected Government: Achievements
• A more comprehensive and integrated use of information and
communications technology (ICT) in government to provide better response to
citizens’ demands, improve service delivery and make administration more
efficient.
– 382 MDAs connected in Abuja and other parts of the country
– Over 86,089 email addresses deployed for Government on .gov.ng domain names, with
250 websites hosted on .gov.ng platform
– Hosts around 200 Servers for more than 94 MDAs – (NAN, Nigerian Army, PENCOM)
– Attained ISO 27001 certification in Information Security Management System
– Q4 2011/ Q1 2012 – Extension of Government Wide Messaging and Collaboration
(GWMC) Technology Platform to provide email services to an additional 70,000 civil
servants
– Q4 2012 - Create a single, redundant network between Office of the Accountant
General of the Federation (OAGF) and MDAs for connecting to Government Integrated
Financial Management Information System (GIFMIS) and Integrated Payroll and
Personnel Information System (IPPIS) to facilitate the deployment of robust financial
systems to all MDAs to improve transparency
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E-GOVERNMENT:
Informed Citizenry: Achievements
• Establishing a National Government Portal (nigeria.gov.ng)
– One-stop single window for Web standard,
dissemination of government information,
for collaboration and tools for driving civic
engagement.
– To enable citizens and other stakeholders to
have easy access to information and
services being provided by various
Ministries, Departments and Agencies
(MDAs) through technology channels
– Q4 2012 – Deploy National Government
Portal to provide one-stop shop for
information and services about MDAs,
signposting existing MDA Websites
– Q4 2013 – Phase Two: Establish all MDAs
on the Internet
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Current Government Web Institutional Presence
Ministries with interactive
services only – 5.56%
Ministries with interactive and
transactional services only - 2.78%
Ministries Without
Online Presence 41.6%
Ministries with
Information Only Services
- 50%
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E-GOVERNMENT:
Informed Citizenry
• Government Contact Centre
– Q4 2012 – Phase 1: Establish a single site of 250 seat Government Contact
Centre to render technology-enabled multi channel assistance to citizens
on government services, processes and information. Services to render in
the Contact Centre will include:
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Telephone Services (in major languages in Nigeria)
Web and Live Chat Services
SMS Services
Email Services
Interactive Voice Response
Social Media Response
Ability to signpost citizens to another services and/or process owners within
MDAs
– 2013 to 2015: Establish additional sites throughout the federation
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E-GOVERNMENT:
Online delivery of government services
• Increase the number of government services
that are available online to drive efficiency
– Q4 2012: To automate 20 select citizen-facing
government processes on National Government Portal
– Q4 2013: Integrate most of the local and foreign
payment engines to the portal to facilitate online
payment for the select government processes and
services
– 2014 and beyond: Bring additional services online
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E-GOVERNMENT:
Open Government Partnership (OGP)
• A multilateral global initiative to make governments better, transparent,
effective and accountable, to empower citizens and be responsive to
their aspirations.
– To facilitate the operationalization and mainstreaming of the Freedom of
Information Act by providing non-sensitive and non-classified datasets
online in a pro-active manner
– Confirmed Nigeria’s eligibilty to join Open Government Partnership
– Q3 2012: Signify intent to join Open Government Partnership (OGP) with
countries like US, UK, Kenya, South Africa who currently embrace the
initiative as evident at data.gov, data.gov.uk, opendata.go.ke
– Q4 2012: Undertake the broad public consultation to inform the
government's OGP commitments
– Q2 2013: Develop an OGP country plan with concrete commitments
– Q4 2012: Become member of OGP
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ICT Policy Direction and framework
• Draft of the National ICT policy released for public consultation on
January 9 2012
• Adopted a multi-stakeholder approach to finalising the Policy
incorporating the views of stakeholders in the ICT Sector as well as
users of ICTs for socio-economic development
• Inauguration of the National Council of Information Communication
Technology to foster State input and contribution in the implementation
of the ICT Policy
Policy Focus Area
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8.
Research, development and innovation
Safety and national security
Software development and hardware production
Local content and manufacturing
Local manufacturing
Outsourcing
Capacity building
ICT infrastructure
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Broadband
Management of scarce resources
Investment and funding
Regional/International Cooperation and Collaboration
Transition from Analogue to Digital Broadcasting
Legal Framework
ICT and the environment
Universal access and service
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Conclusion: A Virtuous Cycle
Better
Governance
Connectivity
Job Creation
Infrastructure
New Economy
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Ministry of Communication Technology
MINISTERIAL PLATFORM
Presented By
THE HONOURABLE MINISTER OF COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
MRS OMOBOLA JOHNSON
On Day, May 22, 2012

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