New website to improve capacity building


THE Conservation and Environment Protection Authority launched its new website in Port Moresby last Friday.
Deputy managing director Dilu Muguwa said it was part of a strategy to improve their internal capacity building as well as improving their information systems.
“The previous Department of Environment and Conservation website is malfunctioning and it’s not creating a good communication between the department and stakeholders,” he said.
“As we transform into an authority, we are becoming a regulator and it’s important that we make ourselves flexible to our stakeholders.
“Stakeholders must be able to access adequate information on us and be able to know and understand what we are doing.
“We see the website as one of the mediums we can communicate with our stakeholders and the public.
“We want to improve our internal capacity to be effective and efficient to deliver on the expectations of the Government as well as meeting the needs of our people.
“Effective communication is one of the factors to improve efficiency and we are proud of this achievement to have a new website up and running.
“We need to create that awareness and the vibe so that our stakeholders like companies in the oil and gas sector, infrastructure sector, the state-owned enterprises, NGOs and so forth need to know what we are doing.
“We have engaged Indii Technology, a locally owned IT company and it has done a tremendous job.”
Managing director of Indii Technology and website designer Mala Sakii said the new Cepa website was dynamic.
“It’s dynamic in the sense that it’s housed in the cloud server and it’s not physically housed using the tower systems or television disc.”

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