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MCMC fast tracks RM5bil USP fund

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is fast-tracking the use of its Universal Service Provision (USP) fund, having awarded RM264mil last week, and will announce a further RM1.4bil worth of funding before the year-end, sources said.

Contributors to USP fund want to know how the RM5bil is spent

PETALING JAYA: Industry players, who have contributed a total of more than RM5bil to the Universal Service Provision (USP) fund would like to see more transparency on how the fund is managed to achieve its goal of bridging the country's digital divide.

Licensed service providers to help USP fund

TO ensure an equitable distribution and access to ICT, the Universal Service Provision (USP) programme required all licensed service providers to contribute toward the USP fund.

Deputy director, company worker released on bail over USP project

PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): A deputy director of a government agency and a private sector employee, who were remanded to assist with investigations into an alleged RM270,000 bribe to obtain a Universal Service Provision (USP) project, have been released.

Making effective use of USP fund

IT is a RM5bil question and the issue of contention is why the snail's route is preferred in its distribution.

Deputy director of govt agency remanded in graft probe over USP project

PUTRAJAYA: A deputy director of a government agency and another individual have been remanded in a corruption investigation into an RM270,000 project.

Govt gets RM800mil annually for USP fund

b>PAKAN/b>: The Government receives an annual contribution of about RM800mil from the country's telecommunications companies, said Deputy Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Joseph Salang.

Telecoms challenge for Shabery

IN early June, barely a month after he became the Communications and Multimedia Minister, Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek met the chief executives of the telecommunications industry.