National ICT Policy ASSIGNMENT

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National Information and
Communication Technology Policy
2006-2015

考生姓名: 江 帅 (KHEM SARAK)
考生学号: I201421077 系、年级: College of Public Administration 类 别 : Master of Administrative Management 考试科目: Public Policy Analysis 考试日期: 2014年 November月, 25日

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National Information and Communication Technology Policy
2006-2015

INTRODUCTION:
Rapidly developing technological advances in this era have led to multiple convergences of content, computing, dissemination, communication and distribution. Leveraged by human capacity, this has led to the creation of the current popular advantages referred to as ‘Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Combination of technologies have brought rapid changes in some areas, predominantly in knowledge management, covering aspects of knowledge creation, processing, storage, sharing, dissemination, collaboration and human resource development, in the level of education and training as well as work output and productivity. To overcome the lag in adoption of ICT in the country, the Government of Cambodia has committed to the development of a National Information and Communication Technology (ICT). This Policy will build on existing government initiatives. As a consequence of implementing Policy 2015, it is anticipated that Cambodia will benefit from persistent growth in the digital era, by serving as a key mechanism in the achievement of social, economic, political and cultural transformation within the country.

WHAT IS ICT? Information and communications technology (I.C.T.) is often used as an extended synonym for information technology(IT), but is a more specific term that stresses the role of unified communications[1] and the integration of telecommunications (telephone lines and wireless signals), computers as well as necessary software, middleware,

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