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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