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The Secretariat was established in 1999 when the telecommunications and postal sector underwent liberalisation. Before then, the ICT sector was under the defunct Kenya Posts and Telecommunications Corporation (KPTC) who were responsible for regulation and operations of all the activities of the sector. The liberalisation of the sector brought dissolution of KPTC and formation of the following institutions:
i. Communications Commission of Kenya (now Communications Authority of Kenya) as the regulatory body for the sector.
ii. Telkom Kenya as the national telecommunication operator.
iii. Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK) as the national public postal operator.
iv. Communication and Multimedia Appeals Tribunal (CMAT) as the appellate body for the sector.
v. National Communications Secretariat
The reform process proposed the establishment of the National Communications Secretariat...

TODAY: The Cabinet Secretary @MoICTKenya has established a #NationalAddressingKE System Pilot Implementation Committee. This pilot will inform work on the draft policy & Bill available here: @NMS_Kenya @CA_Kenya @Posta_Kenya @NCS_Kenya @jane_munga @vbnzomo

The Ministry is carrying out public consultations on a draft policy and legal framework for street naming and property numbering in Kenya.

Download the draft policy and bill here:

Send feedback: by 15th-June #NationalAddressingKE

REMINDER: @MoICTKenya in consultation with @KenyasOmbudsman has developed the Draft #AccessToInformation (General) #Regulations, 2021. Have a look: Deadline for written submissions/comments: 30th June 2021 via: @AGOfficeKenya

Draft Policy and Bill Documents

Webex Link To The National Addressing System Policy and Bill Consultative Forum

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