The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) has today issued a public consultation paper on proposed amendments to the 'Code of Practice for Infocomm Facilities 2000 (Draft COPIF 2005)1. Proposed amendments ...
Singapore, 04 March 2005 | For Immediate Release
Increased Clarity and Efficiency for Building Developers and Owners
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) has today issued a public consultation paper on proposed amendments to the 'Code of Practice for Infocomm Facilities 2000 (Draft COPIF 2005)1. Proposed amendments benefit tenants and residents by ensuring availability of infocomm services in buildings. Greater clarity on the requirements of building developers and owners result in increased business efficiency and savings.
Details of proposed amendments can be found at IDA's website, https://www.imda.gov.sg/, under the sections "Policy & Regulation", "Papers", "Consultation Papers".
IDA invites the industry and public to provide feedback and comments. The consultation exercise is in line with IDA's on-going efforts to engage the public in its decision-making process and to increase regulatory transparency. All views and comments should be submitted in writing to reach IDA not later than 12 noon, 15 April 2005.
ISSUED BY CORPORATE & MARKETING COMMUNICATION DIVISION
INFOCOMM DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE
Notes to Editor:
1The Code of Practice for Infocomm Facilities in Buildings (COPIF 2000) was effected on 15 September 2000. It states the detailed requirements for space and facilities that building developers and owners must provide for, in order to enable infocomm service provision in their buildings for occupants.
About Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) is committed to growing Singapore into a dynamic global infocomm hub. IDA uses an integrated approach to developing infocommunications in Singapore. This involves nurturing a competitive telecoms market as well as a conducive business environment with programmes and schemes for both local and international companies. For more news and information, visit https://www.imda.gov.sg/.
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