Mr. Apollo Waliaro Madi
The Information Communication Technology function is a cross-cutting and therefore seeks to address the connectivity and harnessing of the emerging technologies to enhance research capacity. Modernizing the infrastructure and services that support research activities of the institute is a priority of the department.
To cost effectively enhance the quality of teaching, learning, research and administration through the provision, use and operation of reliable, contemporary and integrated ICT tools.
To be a centre of excellence in innovation and leveraging information and communication technology so as to stimulate the creation and exchange of knowledge in an integrated environment that fosters an open, collaborative, and unifying culture.
Core Values of the ICT Directorate
Teamwork and collaboration.
Excellence in reputation and achievement.
Honesty, integrity, and fairness.
Open communication and mutual respect.
To support the business goals of MMUST by improving operational efficiency and exchange of information so as to maintain and improve competitiveness
rovide information and communication technology facilities, services and management at a reasonable or reduced cost
Improve the quality of services and products
Identify priority areas for ICT development (areas that will have the greatest positive impact on programmes, services and customers)
Encouraging innovations in technology development, use of technology and general work flows
Helping people to adapt to new circumstances and provide tools and models to respond rationally to challenges posed by ICT
Promoting information sharing, transparency and accountability and reducing bureaucracy in operations