Mampu to come under Gobind’s ministry

PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (Mampu) will be placed under the newly created Digital Ministry, says minister Gobind Singh Deo. Mampu was previously under the ambit of the Prime Minister’s Department.

“Mampu is definitely under my ministry,” Gobind told Bernama after visiting Mampu’s office at the Setia Perdana Complex here yesterday.

He was accompanied by his deputy Datuk Ugak Anak Kumbong and Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Mohd Zuki Ali.

They were briefed on Mampu’s structure and operations by its director-general Datuk Rodzi Md Saad.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on Tuesday announced the restructuring of the Communications and Digital Ministry, which has been split into the Communications Ministry and the Digital Ministry.

Gobind said there are still certain aspects that need to be clarified and fine-tuned in terms of the job scope that falls under the Digital Ministry.

“Since the ministry is new, the areas that we are in charge of and which agencies come under us need to be fine-tuned,” he said, adding that he may call for a press conference very soon.

On Wednesday, Communications Minister Fahmi Fadzil said Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation, Mynic Bhd and the Personal Data Protection Department will be placed under the Digital Ministry.

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