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Mak saves Uganda Police Force Over USD 500,000!

  • In General
  • 8 Apr 2011 - 4:41pm
  • By Anonymous (not verified)
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A Memorandum of Understanding between Makerere University and the Uganda Police Force to provide assistance in the implementation of the different ICT initiatives has saved over USD500,000 of the Uganda Police Force's budget.

Under this Memorandum of Understanding, Makerere University has been able to develop for the Uganda Police Force a Human Resource Management Information System which has enabled the force computerize its Human Resource Records.

The Human Resource component of the Uganda Police Force has been successfully automated, and with a click of a button, one is able to know how many people are on the force or even how many are about to retire. This will lead to an end of manual record keeping at the Police Force.

This application developed by graduates of CIT and the National Software Incubation Program has been fully deployed and it is envisaged that it will be commissioned in May 2011 after all the tests have been concluded.

Under this Memorandum of Understanding, Makerere University, through the School of Computing and Informatics Technology (CIT), has also trained police officers in ICT. To date, over 300 police officers have undergone ICT Training.

The Uganda Police Force, on request from the School of Computing and Informatics Technology (CIT), recommended Commissioned Officers to undergo this training. The School supported the development and establishment of a Computer Applications Curricula for cadet officers undergoing training at the Police Training School Masindi.


L-R: Mr. G.M.Muhumuza-Senior Legal Officer, Mr. M.Niyitegeka-Head Corporate Relations-CIT, Prof. V.Baryamureeba-Vice Chancellor, Makerere University, Mr. C.Kabagambe-Dean of Students and Dr. V.Ssembatya-Director Quality Assurance attend the 16th Media Briefing

This is a major milestone in our quest to becoming partners in progress by supporting government initiatives.


All this and much more was shared during the Vice Chancellor's monthly Media Briefing for the month of April. Please click below to view the full report

The Vice Chancellor's Monthly Media Briefing - April: MS Word Version, PDF VersionPostscript Version



mwamai@admin.mak.ac.ug, Public Relations Office

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