Online Service Transaction Statistic

Number of Online Service Transactions For The Year 2019

APPLICATION NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC
e-Rakam 90  101  120 150  190  230  280          
SisMaSS 25 35  50  80 110 130  160          

 Number of Online Service Transactions For The Year 2018

APPLICATION NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC
e-Rakam 56 56  59  64 67
70  75  81 90  95 101  106
SisMaSS 12 23 28  32 35
39  44  50 58 66 74  85

 Number of Online Service Transactions For The Year 2017

APPLICATION NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC
e-Rakam  162  166  161 162   157 152  156   155 151   156 161  125
SisMaSS 32 45 40 59 63 75 70 75 75 63 43 42

 Number of Online Service Transactions For The Year 2016

APPLICATION NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC
e-Rakam  201 205 215 220 224 230 231 234 240 242 243 245
SisMaSS 40 48 52 54 59 61 64 70 78 80 88 95

 Number of Online Service Transactions For The Year 2015

APPLICATION NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC
e-Rakam  161 153 157 169 169 180 177 169 165 170 172 180
SisMaSS 36 19 32 23 6 32 7 6 5 9 21 30

Number of Online Service Transactions For The Year 2014

APPLICATION NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC
e-Rakam 41 52 54 53 55 53 57 54 54 55 53 59
SisMaSS 22 9 103 23 11 12 92 31 10 39 10 38

Open data is data that can be used freely, is able to be shared and reused by the people, as well as the Government and public agencies for various purposes. It acts as the catalyst in the Government’s citizen-centric initiative. The implementation of Government open data will improve the transparency of Government services delivery through sharing of data that is accurate, fast and relevant as well as increase the nation’s digital economy productivity through new industries or innovations with the involvement of the people and the business community. It also places Malaysia on par with other countries in the Digital Government initiative.

What are the Objectives of Open Data?

The objectives for implementing the public sector open data are as follows:

  • Enables data to be shared to a wide range of users and to increase the transparency of government services;
  • Provides opportunities to citizens and the business community to increase their creativity and innovation in the creation of new products;
  • Provides a platform for the people to obtain information from official sources of the Government and as a means to obtain feedback from citizens;
  • Saves citizens' time to access the government open data; and
  • Saves the cost of applications development by government agencies.

The portal serves as an online one-service-center to access and download the open government data.

The Public Sector Open Data Portal is an online one-service-centre to access and download the open government data managed by Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU).

Science and Technology Research Institute For Defence (STRIDE) is among Government agencies from the Ministry of Defence who also shares the research, development and testing datasets in this portal.

The Public Sector Open Data Portal can be accessed through http://www.data.gov.my/

MinDef Security Policy (DKICT) contains regulatory rules that must be read and followed in using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) assets. This policy also describes all users of their responsibilities and roles in protecting MinDef ICT assets.


OBJECTIVES


MinDef DKICT was created to ensure the continuity of MinDef's business by minimizing the impact of ICT security incidents. The policy also aims to facilitate information sharing in accordance with MinDef's operational needs. This can only be achieved by ensuring all ICT assets are protected.


Science and Technology Research Institute For Defence (STRIDE) uses the latest MinDef Security Policy (DKICT). For more information please download pdf here: