KUALA LUMPUR (October 4): Prestariang Bhd, the sole microsoft provider of licensing solutions for the Malaysian government, today introduced three components as part of its Master (MLA) 3.0 licensing agreement with the Ministry of Finance to promote digital transformation in the public sector. “From the first point of our engagement with the Ministry of Finance, we continue to support the government`s commitment to providing digital services in accordance with Malaysia`s 11th plan. These three initiatives and four priority areas reflect our commitment and efforts to improve and improve all of the country`s 1.8 million public servants,” said Mr. Abou Hasan. Unlike other governments, government authorities, public authorities, legal institutions and the Latihan Awam Institute (ILA) Unlike other contracts, GWA offers various value-added programs. MLA 3.0 now offers up to six value-added programs compared to its predecessor MLA 2.0, which offers only four value-added programs. The Master Licensing Agreement (MLA) is an initiative of the Ministry of Finance (MoF) in collaboration with Prestariang and Microsoft. . Technology and talent platform innovator Prestariang Berhad (Prestariang or group) presented, through its wholly owned subsidiary Prestariang Systems Sdn Bhd (PSSB), three components of the products and services described in its Master Licensing Agreement (MLA) 3.0 with the Ministry of Finance at an official opening ceremony today at the Ministry of Finance (MOF) in Putrajaya. The MlA 3.0 program began from January 1, 2018 to January 2021. “These reforms will help strengthen the skills of public servants, as they are similar to the latest technology, which is part of MOF`s strategic skills improvement agenda to advance the government`s digital transformation agenda. Our role as a designated partner allows us to provide Microsoft with training, products and services as they were introduced today,” says Dr. Abu Hasan Bin Ismail.
“MLA 3.0 also represents Prestariang`s commitment to help the government create more competent personnel for the country in four priority areas: continuing training and retraining public servants to improve their performance; Access to the state of the art Provide the best equipment and current equipment and, most importantly, maximize the return on investment to the government. MLA 3.0 was signed with the Malaysian government for Prestariang as the sole provider of Microsoft (LSP) licensing solutions for all government agencies and the Latihan Awam Institute (ILA) in Malaysia from 1 February 2018. This is an extension and renewal of the GwG 2.0 for a period of three (3) years until 31 January 2021, for a total estimated value of RM/222,600,000.