CMC sponsors international ICT conference

Dr.  Ali Nasser Al-Khuwaildi-CMC Chief Executive Officer confirm that CMC doors open to any national effort to promote ICT sector, that became the lifeblood of state. This came during the first International and fourth Engineering Conference for Communications and Information Technology, organized by College of Engineering Al-Khwarizmi with Al-Rafidain and Degla private Colleges, held in Al-Mansour Hotel – Baghdad.

The conference held with CMC support, And American Computing Machines Association supervision under the theme “ICT: Problems and Challenges”. The Conference opened in presence of Dr. Mahdi Alalak – Ministers Council General Secretary, Dr. Mohammed Al-Sarraj- Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research Senior Agent, Dr. Alaa Abdul Hussain- University of Baghdad rector, Dr. Sarkot Namik – CMC Board of Commissioners council member, in addition to Iraqi and foreign of universities and colleges rectors and dozens of researchers and experts.

Dr. Ali Nasser Al-Khuwaildi – CMC Chief Executive Officer discussed in his speech the regulatory procedures provided by CMC to develop communication and information technology in Iraq especially through Du3m 2025 initiative programs launched by CMC earlier this year, stressing that CMC completed a lot of the initiative projects according to the timetable set for it and priority and strategic plan in coordination with sectoral entities.

Dr. Al-Khuwaildi renewed his emphasis that CMC in launching Du3m initiative aims to promote and develop ICT sector in Iraq in a way to contributes in achieving an integrated information society, partnership effective, a thriving digital economy, building capacities and to achieve goals and outcomes of World Summit on Information Society.

CMC Chief Executive Officer believing that human resource are one of the most important resources that must be invested in best manner, therefore, the Commission has set up administrative, technical and organizational programs to build human capacity and invest competencies, Memoranda of Understanding have been concluded to develop institutional performance, and there are many Memorandum of Understanding to develop institutional performance, and cooperation with private sector in order to train and transfer knowledge to first students in universities in communications and information technology field,  in addition to building and equipping laboratories that provide research possibilities for university students and postgraduate students and establish training centers that providing training courses to CMC cadres,  as well as laboratories processing in a number of universities to enable students to conduct and practice studies and research.

The conference discussed also a number of researches presented by Iraqi, Arab and foreign researchers focused on ICT development and finding solutions to all problems facing the progress of this vital sector, Eng. Ahmed Walid, head of Universal Service Department in CMC, discussed a technical presentation on plans and strategies set by CMC to develop communications and informatics and its achievements in this field.  

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