Online survey needs more participants

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BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

THE Authority for the Info-Communications Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI) yesterday reiterated its call to the public to participate in the 2016 National Online Household ICT Survey.

A larger sample size will give a more accurate reflection of the advancement and general trends in ICT usage in Brunei Darussalam, they explained.

AITI said information from the survey will be used to understand how ICT is changing Brunei’s economy and society, and will provide data on basic indicators of the ICT situation in households and its trends.

In addition, Household ICT Survey-based data is also required to monitor national ICT related development goals and targets.

“AITI would like to highlight to members of the public how vital their participation will be in contributing towards the success of this survey. It is important that as many households as possible participate in the survey, as this will give a more accurate reflection of the advancement and general trends in ICT usage in Brunei Darussalam,” it said.

AITI added every Bruneian resident should take the opportunity to add their input and assist the government in developing appropriate strategies and actions to further enhance the ICT landscape in Brunei.

“AITI would like to assure members of the public that any information provided in the Household ICT Survey will be kept strictly confidential, and the report published... shall not identify any personal details of the respondents. Such data will not be reused for any other purposes,” the statement said.

The survey is open until March 14, and the public can access the survey by visiting http://survey.aiti.gov.bn.

Any questions or queries relating to the survey can be directed to the survey hotline at 2339057 or 2323232 ext 6720 during office hours. Inquiries can also be sent by email to survey@aiti.gov.bn.

The Brunei Times