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Selasa, 31 Mei 2011

LG CNS Signs MOU on e-Government with Panama

LG CNS signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on e-Government collaboration with the Panama government at its headquarters in Seoul, on the 27th. At the gathering, attended by 20 guests including LG CNS CEO (Dae Hoon Kim), Secretariat of the Presidency for Governmental Innovation in Panama (Eduardo Jaén), and Director of the Applied Technology Directorate in Panama (Eduardo Briceño), LG CNS agreed to actively support the Panama e-Government Project, which includes security solutions consulting.

At this meeting, the CEO stated, “Based on our experience in engaging in large e-Government businesses in and out of the country, LG CNS plans to actively support the promotion of the Panama e-Government Project. In the near future, LG CNS will utilize its experience in global security solutions to step up its advancement into the South & Central American markets.”

On a different note, LG CNS has successfully completed its projects of establishing the Mongolia Emergency Information Network (EIN) system and the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) of the Indonesia Police Agency, and is preparing for its second phase of operations. LG CNS is also currently engaging in other overseas e-Government businesses, including the Morocco National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) and the Indonesia National Financial Information System (NAFIS).


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