Our Impact New Arrivals Executive Order 3 Support for Local Content in Public Procurement MoU with Consultancy Platforms for Accelerated Actions We signed different Memorandums of Understanding with related consultancy platform to address and define our major and minor challenges, develop strategic papers to channel available resource and manpower to a strong working environment in relations to Executive Orders and Acts of Government. Executive Order 5 Collaboration led by Local Content Diplomat (LCD) on a pathway to Local Interventions created the need to seek a solution for or Planning and Execution of Projects, Promotion of Nigerian Content in Contracts and Science, signed by the Presi Executive Order 3 Support for Local Content in Public Procurement led to the Executive Order 3 of the Acting President, which gave credence to the mission of ICTLOCA, and gave us the boost to increase our efforts to promote the utilization and consumption of local ICT goods and services in the public and private sector. New Arrivals Gloal Investment in Local Employments Support for Local Content in Public Procurement Understanding Data and the NJQS In a bid to ensure that Local Companies benefitted from the NOGICD Act, training and roundtable is organized, annually. This is to foster relationship with all departments involved in the issuance of certificate, licenses and approval, while not stifling Low Scal Initiatives' that are relevant to growth, development and sustainability. Tracking System On Economic Indices We requested that the Industry Key Players, Stakeholders and Government seek avenues to track the Economic Indices and beable to evaluate and postulate solution driven ideas. Executive Order 5 Support for Local Content in Public Procurement ICTLOCA recognize by Ministry. The Federal Ministry of Communication Technology at the 5th General Meeting of The National Council on Communication Technology in Harnessing ICT as the Main Tool for Driving the Economic Recovery & Growth Plan (ERGP), recognize ICTLOCA as an Industry Association. Global Investment in Local Employments Our clarity on the need for Foreign Companies and Multi-Nationals to move its manufacturing plant or assemblies to create job opportunities was embraced by existing players.