“We are very optimistic about further cooperation and are currently implementing UXP in the biggest Malaysian agencies, which will act as a base for further developments.”
Population: 32,37 million
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Project duration: ongoing
Cybernetica implemented the Unified eXchange Platform (UXP) for the Malaysian government for secure interoperability, document, and service exchange between government agencies, effectively modernizing its e-governance infrastructure in order to facilitate digital transformation. While Malaysia previously already had a central data exchange solution called Malaysian Government Central Data Exchange (MyGDX), the main goal of the project was to provide MyGDX with new capabilities and functionalities by updating it to the latest version of Cybernetica's UXP technology. The implementation works were carried out in close collaboration with local partners, the HLA Group, as a part of the MAMPU PROJEK PENINGKATAN NATIONAL REGISTRIES project. Cybernetica created technical specifications with partner technical team and organized Training of Trainers (TOT) for administrators.
The main objectives of the MAMPU PROJEK PENINGKATAN NATIONAL REGISTRIES project are as follows:
- Facilitate data sharing and create coordination between government agencies;
- Ensure that the information shared is accurate, up-to-date, and consistent from legitimate and authentic sources;
- A seamless integration enabler that reduces duplication of development, operation, and maintenance of data sharing platforms;
- Improving the performance of government service delivery by reducing data access and processing time.
The implementation of data sharing and management through the enhancement of the MyGDX platform can provide the following benefits:
- Reducing duplication of effort in data collection and production saves time, manpower and application development costs;
- To improve the performance of public and private sector agencies as a whole in the country's economic development and recovery efforts;
- Facilitate data sharing across agencies of various sectors as well as establish coordination;
- Creating online data access for planning, development, monitoring and enforcement purposes further accelerates the implementation of Digital Government.
Recently, our Head of Data Exchange Technologies, Maksim Ovtšinnikov, and our Head of Sales and Partnerships for Data Exchange Techologies, Adhele Tuulas, visited Malaysia and met with our partners, the HLA Group, MAMPU and the National Registration Department.
“The Malaysian Government has ambitious plans for the interoperability system. Within the next 5 years, they are planning to take UXP into use in 400+ governmental organisations and offer the system to some of the Malaysian states.” commented Ovtšinnikov.
“We are currently preparing MAMPU’s visit to Estonia. We are very optimistic about further cooperation and are currently implementing UXP in the biggest Malaysian agencies, which will act as a base for further developments.” said Adhele Tuulas.