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JPJ’s New Procurement Process Set to Benefit From Industrial Collaborations Program (ICP)

JPJ’s New Procurement Process Set to Benefit From Industrial Collaborations Program (ICP)

The Digital Technology Division of JPJ in Cyberjaya recently hosted a briefing session on the Industry Collaboration Program (ICP) and the IRD requirements for the new JPJ procurement. This session was chaired by Pn Adilah binti Hj Abdullah, and representatives from the Technology Depository Agency (TDA) were in attendance to provide an explanation of the ICP and its IRD requirements.

During the session, TDA  provided a detailed explanation of the ICP and how it would benefit the new JPJ procurement. TDA expressed gratitude for the opportunity to participate in the initiative and is hopeful that the successful implementation of ICP would have a significant impact on the country.

The procurement process is crucial for JPJ as it involves the acquisition of essential tools and equipment to support their operations. By implementing ICP under this new procurement, JPJ hopes to not only acquire the required equipment but also foster collaborations with global players to develop innovative solutions that can benefit the country. It is hoped that the successful implementation of ICP would contribute towards achieving the government’s vision of building a robust, high-tech ecosystem in Malaysia.

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MMEA-ICP Impact Analysis

MMEA-ICP Impact Analysis

MMEA-ICP increases local capability in the marine industry.

MMEA Industrial Collaboration Program (ICP) is a program under Procuring Agency Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA). The ICP Provider for this program is Destination Marine Service Sdn. Bhd. The ICP duration for this program is 66 Months. This program has been successful in addressing the government’s initiatives to enhance local capability in Ship Building and Ship Repair (SBSR).

Under this program, there are three projects which are, Collaboration with UTM MTC, Domestic Direct Investment, and Training & Human Capital Development. Through this program, the government has saved RM26 million in human capital development spending. UTM MTC can now perform ship model making and testing, as well as research and development in various areas of marine technology, through ICP. Through industrial training, three students from UiTM, IKBN, and RENACO acquire human capital development.

In addition, this program gives added value in upgrading UTM MTC capabilities to conduct R&D projects in various fields of marine technology. It also reduces the national cash outflow of RM13 million for 150 models. Other than that, the learning process has been reduced from 12 months to 6 months of training duration and saved RM63k in training costs. The DMSB’s investment in upgrading its facilities has created a business opportunity worth RM600 million for ten (10) years.

These initiatives can lead to increased competitiveness, cost savings, and economic growth in the marine industry.

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TDA’s Corporate Social Responsibility Program Brings Joy to 50 Orphans This Eid Al-Fitr

TDA’s Corporate Social Responsibility Program Brings Joy to 50 Orphans This Eid Al-Fitr

Subang Jaya, 18 Apr 2023 – Riang Raya TDA, a corporate social responsibility
programme organized by Technology Depository Agency Berhad (TDA), celebrated the
upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri by treating 50 orphans from Pusat Jagaan Baitul Hidayah to
new outfits and other necessities for the festive celebration. The shopping spree was held
in collaboration with Mydin Mall in USJ.

“As part of TDA’s effort to be more inclusive of the community and embody the spirit of MADANI, we are grateful to have the opportunity to give, share and spread a cheerful Hari Raya excitement,” said Dr. Sharoul Jambari, CEO of TDA. “We hope that with this small gesture, they can have an enjoyable Raya celebration just like any other children in Malaysia.”

The children, ranging from the age of eleven to sixteen years old, were attended by TDA volunteers during the shopping session. Being in the less fortunate position of not having their parents around, these children were looking very cheerful to be able to buy new Rata outfits.

The interaction fostered by the volunteers was also met with warm welcome by the children. This CSR programme highlights the value of compassion (Ihsan) that will eventually set a stronger foundation as a society to strive to be a civilized nation characterized by inclusivity and tolerance.

TDA, being the authority for Industrial Collaboration Programme (ICP) and Performance Based Contract (PBC) Policies under the Ministry of Finance has always been a significant counterpart between the government and the industry.

As part of the key players in ensuring value-add to strategic procurements, TDA is not only focusing at development of the industry, but we are also focusing on the well-being of the society that can be improvised through the policies. 

 

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TDA and MOH Forge Ahead with ICP Implementation, Propelling Healthcare Services to New Heights

TDA and MOH Forge Ahead with ICP Implementation, Propelling Healthcare Services to New Heights

TDA delegation paid a courtesy visit to YBhg. Datuk Dr. Muhammad Radzi bin Abu Hassan, the Deputy Director General of Health (Research and Technical Support) in Putrajaya. YBhg. Datuk Dr. TKPK (P&ST) is a senior medical consultant specializing in gastroenterology and hepatology, and has previously served as the Head of Clinical Research Centre at Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah.

The TDA team had the opportunity to provide an explanation on the Industry Collaboration Program (ICP) and the ICP programs that are currently being implemented at the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH).

YBhg. Datuk Dr. TKPK (P&ST) welcomed and supported the implementation of the ICP Program at the MOH level. Among the main discussions were regarding the Healthcare Digital Transformation of MOH through the ICP platform, which would help optimize the potential achievable with the proposed ICP projects, which would assist MOH in optimizing the delivery of healthcare services to the public.

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