5G (BCWG) Smart City Sub Working Group Member Meeting (02), 29 May 2019

Date : 29th May 2019 

Venue : MIGHT Partnership Hub, MIGHT, Cyberjaya

Time : 10:00am to 12:30pm 

This meeting was attended by 7 organizations. The meeting was focusing on the  current status and the assessment of regulatory conditions for the proposed use cases (5G-CCTV and drones). Also, the potential economic impact and the preparation for public consultations on the proposed use cases had been discussed.

National Steering Committee Meeting No.1/2019, 28 May 2019

The National Steering Committee Meeting No.1/2019 was held on 28 May 2019 at Ministry of Housing and Local Government Office Putrajaya. The meeting was chaired by Secretary General, YBhg. Dato’Sri Haji Mohammad Bin Mentek  and attended by 32 participants including members, ex-officious and observers. The meeting has taken place about 2 hours was a fruitful meeting with good interactive discussion by all participants

5G Engagement on regulatory perspectives, 26 April 2019

Date : 26th April 2019 

Venue : Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)

Time : 2:30pm to 5:30pm 

This meeting was attended by 12 organizations. The meeting was mainly to collect members’ inputs on regulatory-related challenges

5G (BCWG) Smart City Sub-Working Group, 18 April 2019

Date    :           18th April 2019

Venue :           Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)

Time   :           9:30am to 12:30PM 

This meeting was attended by 11 organizations. The meeting was focusing on general briefings, proposed use cases, and discussions on issues and challenges related to smart city project implementation. Key challenges discussed were related to policies and mismatching regulation/coordination among federal and state departments and agencies. Two proposed smart city uses cases, i.e., Public Safety as a Service – CCTV and Drones

Municipal Finance Training, 27 – 29 March 2019

The Municipal Finance Training kicked off on 27 until 29 March 2019 which the opening ceremony on 27 March 2019 was officiated by YBhg. Datuk Dr. Mary Wong Lai Lin, Deputy Secretary General of Policy, Ministry of Housing and Local Government. The training program was co-organised by MIGHT and UNIDO-led Municipal Finance training for Malaysian cities, drawing material and experts from the World Bank City Creditworthiness Academy.

 The training has provided participants with a clear framework and practical options to help cities access capital markets. The training also focused on identifying and/or developing concrete opportunities for private capital financing. The Academy has covered the latest developments in the strategic use of capital budgeting frameworks and tools, land value capture, as well as debt and PPP project financing instruments.

 The training program was conducted successfully and all the participants which involves of municipalities and finance members from government and industry, has took active part in all the three days of the training.  At the end of training, there were evaluation forms given to the participants, and they were required to share some feedback and comment about the training. The trainers also expressed their closing remarks and reiterated the importance of the training for the participants in their scope of work and their readiness for applying the learnt concepts in their assigned tasks. Certificates of completion were distributed among the participants at the end

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