Posted on January 13, 2021March 8, 2021Categories Press Releases

Minister for Information and Communications Technology, Hon. Timothy Masiu, today announced the appointment of Mr Kila Gulo-Vui as Chief Executive Officer of National Information and Communication Technology Authority (NICTA).“As a requirement of the National Information and Communication Technology Act 2009, the members of the NICTA Appointments Committee made this majority decision to appoint Mr. Kila Gulo-Vui.” “Mr Kila Gulo-Vui has amassed 30-years of experience working within the ICT/Telecommunications sector, particularly in the policy and regulation space. He has held a … Continue reading “KILA GULO-VUI APPOINTED AS NICTA CEO”

Minister Masiu addresses the Virtual Security Conference on Cyber- security.

Posted on January 13, 2021Categories Latest News

The Minister for Information and Communication Technology Honorable Timothy Masiu addressed 230 participants of the Pacific Security Conference around the world using the virtual technology via Zoom on Wednesday the 18th of November 2020 from his office in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. “Cyber security and cyber-attacks in this modern era is the most imminent and serious threat to a nation’s sovereignty and prosperity. This is because information and communication technology in this era is an integral part of public … Continue reading “Minister Masiu addresses the Virtual Security Conference on Cyber- security.”


Posted on January 13, 2021April 13, 2021Categories Press Releases

Minister for ICT Hon. Timothy Masiu, MP, today is pleased to announce the appointment of Steven Matainaho as the Secretary for the Department of Information and Communication Technology for a term of four (4) years effective on 7th December 2020. Minister Masiu also says that the permanent appointment of the Head of Department now stabilises the management of the Department to focus on driving e-Government and Digital Transformation agenda of the government, as Marape Government looks forward to welcome the … Continue reading “STEVEN MATAINAHO APPOINTED AS SECRETARY”