Composition

 

Organisation Chart

 

Composition of ITSC

ITSC Chairman

Standards Council appoints the ITSC Chairman for a 3-year term. ITSC Chairman serves as a committee member of the Standards Council. The current chairman is Mr Yap Chee Yuen and deputy chair is Mr Chak Kong Soon.

 

ITSC Secretariat

The Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore serves as the Secretariat of ITSC.

 

ITSC Council Members

To ensure development of Singapore Standards takes into account the views of the relevant interest groups, committee members of ITSC are appointed. These members are representatives of the government agencies, IT industry and professional bodies, and research and educational Institutions.

The members for the 10th term of office are the following organisation representatitives:

Chairman

Mr Yap Chee Yuen
Standards Council

Deputy Chairman

Mr Chak Kong Soon
Singapore Computer Society

Members

Mr Victor Tan
Defence Science & Technology Agency

Dr Henry Wong
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)

Mr Lim Soon Chia
Cyber Security Agency of Singapore

Mr Chau Chee Chiang
Government Technology Agency (GovTech)

Mr Hong Tse Min
Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore

Mr Kendrick Lee
IT Management Association

Mr Harish Pillay
Internet Society (Singapore Chapter)

Mr Kelvin Ng
Nanyang Polytechnic

Mr Ni De En
National Research Foundation

Assoc Prof Huang Zhiyong
National University of Singapore

Mr Wong Wai Meng
Singapore infocomm Technology Federation

Assoc Prof Benjamin Gan
Singapore Management University

Mr Tan Boon Yuen
Singapore Polytechnic

Mr Cheong Tak Leong
Enterprise Singapore

 

Technical Committees (TCs)/Working Groups (WGs)

The set up of TCs/WGs mirrors with the structure of Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC 1) of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) whenever possible. This is to provide a platform for Singapore's participation in the international standardisation effort and facilitate faster evaluation and adoption of the international standards as Singapore standards.

The TCs/WGs are formed as directed by the Chairman or at the request of one-third of the ITSC members in view of the national and industry needs and interest for standardisation.

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