The current ICT Sector Policy Guidelines were gazetted on
A growing array of broadband wireless systems are now available, opening the way for users in our country to access the Internet on mobile phones and other handheld devices. Demand for new broadband applications and services, in combination with the arrival of smart phones and tablets; have created the beginning of a dramatic shift in industry structure and relationships.
These changes now require a further policy shift to update spectrum management practices in order to foster growth in broadband networks and converged services. The idea is to move towards the next wave of the ICT sector reform in the country.
The Ministry has drafted the Wireless Broadband Spectrum Policy guidelines for review and stakeholders are invited to participate in the review of the draft. The outcome of the review process is expected to be a comprehensive new policy document that will guide the management of the scarce wireless broadband spectrum resource.
Stakeholders are invited to download the Draft Wireless Broadband Spectrum Policy Guidelines at http://www.information.go.ke. Substantive comments with specific proposals for amendments to the draft policy should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business Friday
The Principal Secretary,
P.O. Box 30095-00100,
NOTE: THOSE WHO HAD PREVIOUSLY GIVEN THEIR COMMENTS ARE FREE TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL COMMENTS.
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