NIGERIAN COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
PROJECTS DEPARTMENT
SERVICOM CHARTER

INTRODUCTION

The Projects Department is responsible for facilitating the development, monitoring and evaluation of the Commission’s projects.

The Structure of the Department is comprised of two (2) Units supervising the following Commission’s projects.

 

SPECIAL INTERVENTION PROJECTS (SIP) UNIT

The SIP Unit was created within the Projects Department to focus specifically on implementing intervention projects of the Commission. The Unit is expected to initiate, plan, execute, monitor/control and close out these projects with a view to creating the desired impact to the beneficiaries and ensure that the mandate of the Commission and expectations of the Board and Management are not only met but surpassed.

The Special Intervention Projects seek to provide digital hardware, software, power systems, contents, specialized computer programmes, connectivity as well as enabling infrastructure and buildings to be accessed by the beneficiaries in a shared manner.

The Commission currently implements various intervention programmes and projects in secondary, tertiary, communities and health institutions across the six (6) geopolitical zones in Nigeria, including the FCT. These interventions are purposed to support the Federal Government Digital Agenda which the global community is pursuing.

 

SIM REGISTRATION PROJECT (SRP) UNIT

  1. The primary mandate of the SRP Unit is to implement SIM Card Subscriber Registration in order to enhance National security and public policy objectives which include the following:
    • The need to mitigate security concerns on the challenges of tracking criminal uses of telephones in the Country
    • The need to establish a central database of SIM Card subscribers as an enabler to the overall Citizen Identification System
    • The need to provide a veritable platform to support the implementation of the Number Portability (NP) and the Lawful Intercept (LI) regimes in the Country
  2. In addition to the above, the Unit is tasked with the responsibility to conceptualize, design plan, develop and implement broad-based National and Sector development intervention projects and/or initiatives in line with the Strategic Vision and Mission of the Commission as well as Government’s Public Policy directions.
  3. It is also to manage Stakeholders (Consultants, Contractors, etc.) involved in the Projects, by ensuring strict compliance with terms of engagement and conformance to best practices.

 

PROJECTS DEPARTMENT MANDATE

The Department’s mandate include the following;

LOCATION
2nd and 3rd Floor,
Nigerian Communications Commission
Annex Office, Plot 1523 Cadastral Zone C06,
Mbora District,
Abuja, FCT.

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
Mrs. Abigail I. Sholanke
Tel: 09-4618155; 09-4617000
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MISSION STATEMENT

To develop and manage broad based National and Sector Development projects to meet Stakeholders’ expectation.

 

VISION STATEMENT

To deliver broad-based National and Sector Development projects aligned with the Commissions strategic plan as well as public policy initiatives of the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

 

SERVICE PROVISON

 

SERVICE DELIVERY

In discharging the above services, Projects Department;

 

DETAILS OF STAKEHOLDERS

 

EXPECTATION AND OBLIGATIONS OF STAKEHOLDERS, STAFF AND MANAGEMENT

STAKEHOLDERS
PROJECTS DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT AND STAFF

 

GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM

Stakeholders are enjoined to seek redress by calling or preferably writing to the Nodal Officer whose details are listed below:

Anumudu Chidinma
Projects Department,
Workstation 2A37,
Nigerian Communications Commission Annex Office,
Plot 1523 Cadastral Zone C06,
Mbora District, Abuja, FCT.
Tel: 09 - 4617000, 09 - 4618171
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STAKEHOLDERS PARTICIPATION IN SERVICE PROVISION

To help the Department discharge its duties, stakeholders are expected to:

 

LIMITATIONS

 

CHARTER REVIEW

As the Department receives feedback and engage in possible consultations with all stakeholders, this Charter will be reviewed from time to time to ensure its continued relevance and validity.

 

CONCLUSION

The Department is poised to work with its Stakeholders towards the growth and development of the Nigerian Telecommunications Sector.