The National Telecommunications Institute (NTI) is a governmental institute owned by the Ministry of Communication and Technology established under the directive of the International Telecommunication Union on 1974. The institute has been a vehicle for technical skills development and capacity building related to communications for the government and has produced over a thousand technicians and engineers that are now leading the telecommunications sector and/or involved in the development of the sector.
WHAT WE DO?
The Institute can be the vehicle for implementing many of the outsourced capacity building activities.
the Institute will not only carry out the ministry’s R & E activities, but will also conduct the ICT and telecommunications sector related research work. This has the potential to generate revenues for the Institute, and ensure its sustainability.
related to the design, plan and implementation of national technology infrastructure and services projects. This is very critical as in most cases it might be risky to engage private contractors for deploying security-sensitive systems and networks.