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DICTDéclaration d'Intention de Commencement des Travaux (French: Declaration of Intent of Commencement of Works)
DICTDepartment of Information and Communications Technology (Philippines)
DICTDiploma in Information Communication Technology (various universities)
DICTDense Irregular Connective Tissue (anatomy)
DICTDominant Introverted Concrete Thinker (Jung personality type indicator)
DICTDirectorate of Information and Communication Technology (various organizations)
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'[Honasan took] his oath as DICT Secretary earlier.
Last Friday, the DICT issued the rules on the so-called "accelerated roll-out of common towers," which will be a proof of concept to serve as the basis of a more comprehensive rules and guidelines governing passive telecommunications infrastructure sharing.
The DICT's policy 'opening the market to all players got the support of all stakeholders, the telcos specially.
The new DICT chief, Zamora shared, made a commitment to make San Juan the pilot city in its goal of building smart cities in the country.
The plan, part of the DICT's National Broadband Project, involves laying down new undersea cables from Luzon to Visayas and then Mindanao.
"With the executive order, US companies are prevented from supplying Huawei with software and hardware components," the DICT said in a statement.
Although no definitive time frame was given for the signing of the MOU with the four countries, Cabanlong pointed out that the DICT is open to forging partnerships with more countries in the future.
Guerrero condemned the attack on its website, which is currently hosted by the DICT.
The DICT, which was established in 2015, is tasked to develop policies and plans for ICT development in the country.
Rio, former commissioner of the National Telecommunications Commission, has served as acting DICT Secretary since May 2018.