Responses Received at Closing Date - 12 Mar 2009
25 February 2009
IDA has received a request from the industry to extend the deadline for the submission of comments to the review of IDA's Code of Practice for Info-communications Facilities in Buildings for the Use of Space and Facilities by Licensees. The deadline shall be extended and all responses must now be submitted to IDA by noon, 12 March 2009.
5 February 2009
IDA has received a request to reconsider some matters related to the Code of Practice for Infocommunications Facilities in Building with regard to the use of space and facilities by licensees. IDA has considered the request and is proposing some revisions to the COPIF. Interested parties are invited to submit their views and comments regarding IDA's proposed revisions.
|IDA Consultation Paper|
|Review of the Code of Practice for Info-communications Facilities in Buildings ("COPIF") for the Use of Space and Facilities by Licensees (42.15KB)|
All views and comments should be submitted in softcopy (preferably in Microsoft Word format) by 12 noon, 12 March 2009. Respondents should include their personal or company particulars, correspondence address, contact number and email address in their submissions. All comments should be addressed to:
Mr Andrew Haire
Deputy Director-General (Telecoms & Post)
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
8 Temasek Boulevard
#14-00 Suntec Tower Three
Please submit your softcopy via e-mail to: IDA_Consultation@imda.gov.sg. You may also submit a hardcopy to fax number: +65 6211 2116.
|Responses Received at Closing Date - 12 March 2009|
|Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (520.84KB)|
|StarHub Ltd (35.49KB)|
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