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What do you know about NITDA?

The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) was established in 2001 to regulate the IT sector in general. Section 6 (i & l) of the NITDA act empowers it to make policy recommendations to develop technology in Nigeria. The agency has two subsidiaries; 1. The Office for ICT Innovation and Entrepreneurship (OIIE): To drive the innovation and entrepreneurship mandate of the agency. 2. The Office For Nigerian Content Development on ICT( ONC): To push for the development of local skills, technology transfer, use of local manpower and local manufacturing.  Know more here

What are its subsidiaries and what do they do?


The need to develop an idea –based can do economy and society has necessitated the creation of the Office for ICT Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a subsidiary of National Information Technology Development Agency. This will enhance proficiency at both creating ideas and translating a considerable proportion of the ideas into new business opportunities. National Information Technology development Agency encourages rapid investment in the underlying capability of the knowledge economy and creating an environment that is favorable for its actualization.

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The Office for Nigerian Content Development (ONC) is a subsidiary of National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA). ONC is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) established as a sustainable institutional framework to enforce compliance with the Regulatory Guidelines for Nigerian Content Development in ICT under the NITDA ACT, 2007. The strategic role of the ONC is to help develop a truly indigenous ICT industry for wealth creation in the Local Economy through the implementation of the guidelines.

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