RM889 million to modernise national immigration systems nationwide – Minister Hamzah

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KUALA LUMPUR JUNE 21: To fulfil the current immigration requirements that are becoming more complex the government has allocated RM889 million for 2021and 2022 to implement 61 physical and non-physical projects aimed to modernise the immigration systems nationwide.

Minister of Home Affairs, Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin said, these projects are in line with the current technology development such as Internet of Things, Big Data or Artificial Intelligent and are essentials for the national immigration systems to remain relevant especially in the delivery service to the users.

Hamzah added, the latest technology is to ensure the sovereignty and the security of the country remains protected.

“The National Integrated Immigration System (NIISe) is an immigration facility management system that is more efficient, comprehensive, and integrated via the optimization of the latest technology application that is able to fulfil the national immigration requirements.

“The contract of the NIISe Project between the government and IRIS Information Technology Systems Sdn Bhd. had been finalised in May 2022. As such the event today is aimed at manifesting the continuous commitment by all the parties involved in the development of NIISe project either directly or indirectly to ensure the project could be completed following the schedule that had been fixed,” Hamzah said in his speech here today.

Hamzah added, in relation to the NIISe Project the government has appointed MIMOS Berhad as an Independent Project Management (IPM) to provide the project management services and MIMOS Technology Solutions Sdn Bhd as an Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) that implements verification and validation on the system that are being developed and auditing the equipments that are being supplied; and the Malaysian Administration Modernization and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU) ,National Cyber Security Agency (NACSA), National Security Council and Malaysian Government Security Office (CGSO) to help the Ministry of Home Affairs to ensure the development of NIISe are being implemented smoothly. – Malaysia World News

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