Pakistani Firm Awarded IPRS Project of Kenya

GM Business Development Secure Tech Consultancy, Mr. Mohammad Javed and Permanent Secretary MIRP Kenya, Mr. Emmanuel M. Kisombe exchanging documents after signing the contract for IPRS ProjectA Pakistani firm, Secure Tech Consultancy (Pvt.) Ltd., has been awarded the project for the Management and Project execution consultancy for the Integrated Population Registration System (IPRS) through the Ministry of State for Immigration & Registration of Persons (MIRP) for the Government of Kenya.

The project, soon to be kicked off, involves the review of the IPRS Logical Data Model, Process Flows, Administration and Procedures as well as HR capacity/Skill sets and Training needs to capture essential parameters in the re-designing of underlying software elements, so that IPRS can give Kenyan government the desired benefits.

Secure Tech Consultancy will look at the IPRS Model in terms of its capacity and readiness to generate and bill revenue-centric services, and to recommend system re-modeling steps to achieve the same.

Brig (R) Saleem Ahmed Moeen, former Chairman NADRA and currently CEO Secure Tech Consultancy, said,

"we won this project through an international competitive bidding and this is another big achievement for Secure Tech in the global arena, after winning and completing successfully the Consultancy Services to review ICT Systems for the Kenya Power & Lighting Company (KPLC) last year" he said.

In June 2010 ID World magazine placed Secure Tech Consultancy amongst the Top 50 Suppliers of e-Passport and Auto ID Technology. Secure Tech was rated as one of the best companies for delivering e-Passport/ID Card solutions, Software Applications, and all affiliated ICT services as System Integrators.