CONNECTING THE UNCONNECTED

upgrade and expansion of mobile network

community and institutional broadband connectivity

ict platform for future growth

expansion of broadcasting network

A partnership between NICTA, DAL, FAO and Jiwaka Provincial Government to drive the innovative use of ICT to enhance agricultural practices

The PNG Government through a financing agreement with the World Bank, implemented the PNG Rural Communications Project under which demonstration projects including the Voice Telephony and Mobile Internet Projects were rolled out by NICTA.

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PUBLIC NOTICES

Tender Notice - 2021 UAS Projects

Issue Date: 23 August 2021
Closing Date: 22 September 2021
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Public Consultation - UAS Projects for 2022

Issue Date: 30 July 2021
Closing Date: 20 August 2021
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Public Notice - Tender: 4G Mobile Internet and Digital Broadcasting Projects

Issue Date: 18 September 2020
Closing Date: 20 October 2020
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Public Consultation - UAS Projects for 2021

Issue Date: 18 August 2020
Due Date:  15 September 2020
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Public Notice - 2019 Net Revenue and Audited Financial Information

Issue Date: 2nd June 2020
Due Date:  30th June 2020
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The UAS Board (the Board) was established by Section 91 of the National Information and Communications Technology Act 2009.

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UAS Fund

The UAS Fund was established through the National ICT Act 2009 to promote the long-term economic and social development of Papua NEW Guinea by funding approved UAS Projects that will encourage the development of ICT infrastructure and improve the availability of ICT services within Papua New Guinea, including in rural communities.

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Pursuant to Section 108 of the Act, the UAS Board is required to prepare a report summarizing the UAS Projects under consideration for the subject year, their respective indicative costs, their proposed ranking (and the reasons) and the proposed aggregate budget.

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