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CS Visit to the National Communication Secretariat

CS Visit to the National Communication Secretariat 

  Mr. Charles Ngesa, Chief Executive Officer of the National Communications Secretariat addressing the CS Mr. Joe Mucheru, Ps for Broadcasting and Telecommunications in the Ministry of ICT Mr Sammy…

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Welcome to National Communication Secretariat.

The National Communication Secretariat, created under Section 84 of the Communications Act 1998, is the policy advisory body to the Government on matters relating to information and communication policy. The duties of the Secretariat include inter-alia preparation of policy papers, sessional papers, country position papers and legislation o n ICTs, as well as advising the Government on the adoption of appropriate information and communication technologies. Some of the functions include;

  • Promotes the benefits of technological development to all users of postal and telecommunications;
  • Foster national safety and security, economic prosperity and the delivery of critical social services through posts and telecommunications;
  • Facilitate and contribute to full development of competition and efficiency in the provision of services both within and outside Kenya;
    Foster full and efficient use of the radio spectrum by the Government in a manner which encourages the most beneficial use thereof in the public interest.