It was a very momentous occasion for the Office of Censorship as they officially launched their website alongside its Internal Information and Communication Technology [ICT] policy and the Fixed Asset Management Program.
The main objective of the ICT Policy that was launched today is to establish guidelines to ensure the effective management and implementation of the ICT Infrastructure.
Acting Executive Manager, Corporate Services Ms. Joan Nion said the ICT team at the OOC have worked tirelessly to deliver the building of the website and also the ICT policy and its guidelines.
“It would have not eventuated without a holistic approach from the team. When we walk out of this door, we would like to be confident that we have three (3) sustainable products that will upgrade our services to the populace,” Ms. Nion said.
Deputy Censor, Ms Ilikomau Ali said the OOC only gained its financial Autonomy in 2015, therefore becoming it’s own office and from that time to now it has seen a lot of development.
She mentioned that these achievements go hand in hand with what a lot of the Office is working towards.
“Importantly, the recently launched National Censorship Policy in 2021 and also the Corporate plan last year,” Ms. Ali stated.
Ali said that these developments that the office is embarking on are in line with the policy, the plan and most importantly the overall government’s directions.
In alignment with the National Censorship Policy II 2021-2025, focus area 3.8 implementation of the information management System, the OOC has subscribed Kumulsoft Asset Management to manage its assets.