National Information Communications Technology Development Authority, Cambodia


National Information Communications Technology Development Authority, Cambodia

The National Information Communications Technology Development Authority (NiDA) is a government agency responsible for managing the development of the information technology industry in Cambodia. Among the agency's projects are the computerization of government function and training of internet personnel.[1][2] NiDA is located in Phnom Penh.

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Projects

  • GAIS, or Government Administration Information System, an approach to the overall computerization of the government using three core applications: Vehicle registration, Real estate registration and Resident registration.[3]
  • PAIS, or Provincial Administration Information System, involving GAIS methods to computerize the government at provincial level.[4]
  • Cisco Networking Academy Program, in association with the Royal University of Phnom Penh, awarding Cisco Career Certifications.

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