Information Technology Center (ITC)

History

  

          On 27 July 1984,Information Technology Center (ITC), formerly the Information Systems Education Center (ISEC), was established under the collaboration between the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) and IBM (Thailand) Co., Ltd. The original aim of the Office’s inception was to create qualified computer scientists to serve both public and private sectors. Five years later in 1990, ITC was elevated from its initial status of a Center to the level of Information Systems Education Office. Nonetheless, ITC is still its catchy acronym.  
          In 1992, in order to enhance its graduate students’ potential in computer, NIDA entrusted ITC to offer the course: ISEC400 Fundamentals of Computer to students of all graduate schools. The assignment augmented pedagogical workload on the Office. This heavy load had continued until the second semester of the academic year 2007. Moreover, in the academic year 2005, ITC started to offer the course: ISEC800  Information Technology (IT) Systems with Computer to doctoral students of the Graduate School of Public Administration.
          In 1998, ITC received NIDA’s assent to provision of the program “Post-baccalaureate Certificate in IT System Development.” This course was offered for two major rationales. The first purpose was to cultivate qualified personnel who could develop application systems for use in entrepreneurship of all organizations including private business sectors, state enterprises, and government agencies. Second, these IT graduates would be adequately prepared to keep up with growing requirement for IT personnel of the country.  
          In 2003, ITC in cooperation with the Graduate School of Business Administration was approved to offer the program: “Master of Science in Information Technology (IT) Management.” This program strived for proper integration of administrative and information-technological science. This new program was considered a great move of educational adjustment in an attempt to cope with the emergence of cutting-edge technologies and to fulfill technological demand of numerous organizations and the country at large. Unfortunately, in the second semester of the academic year 2006, the “Master of Science in IT Management” program ceased to admit students. Until 2009, there were seven classes and 56 Master’s graduates.
          On 1 November 2004, NIDA issued an Order No. 754/2004 to transfer all tasks of the Technology Center and the Information for Management Center, as well as audio-visual duties of the Academic Service Division into the sole responsibility of ITC. Note that the Order was given in an endeavor to promote unity of IT missions throughout the entire NIDA.  
          On 1 September 2008, NIDA issued an Announcement on “Work Unit Separation in the Presidential Office of NIDA.” This Announcement made the Sound and Electronics Section as well as the Still Picture and Television Section to be under supervision of the Audio-Visual Working Group in the Central Division, the Presidential Office as of 1 December 2008. Additionally, in order to well equip the Institute’s graduate students with standard computer aptitude, ITC was assigned to prepare and provide these students with the computer proficiency test series four times a year.
          In 2009, ITC was responsible for information and communication technology of the whole Institute. By this means, ITC developed and maintained IT systems to work units all over NIDA and its community. Also, ITC was entrusted with other IT-related tasks including maintenance of IT systems for education quality assurance, e-office-related work systems, and e-learning systems. In order to perform its tasks to appropriately suit current situations, ITC accordingly adjusted its structure and separated its work units for complete clarity in management and great efficiency and productivity in fulfilling demand for IT services of the entire Institution. Since then, ITC has been divided its structure into two key parts as follows:

   01  IT Service Department: This work unit assumes full responsibility for information technology of NIDA. It also takes due care of, develop, and maintain information technology systems for all other NIDA work units. The Department is further divided into five working groups which are 1) Infrastructure, 2) IT System Development, 3) Computer Service, 4) Technology Innovative, and 5) Academic Service.

  02  Secretariat Office: This work unit supports IT service line and is divided into two teams: 1) Management & Administration and 2) Planning & Development.
          On 21 April 2012, the name of the center was changed to Information Technology Center (ITC).

 

Philosophy and Commitment

 

Information Technology Center is intended to provide information technology services to support NIDA in accomplishing the institutional mission.

 

Vision 

 

Our vision is to become the Information and Communication Technology service provider with a high standard of exercise.

 

Mission    

 

Our mission is articulated as follow:
1.   Offer IT services to all NIDA’s faculty members, students, and staff members in order to achieve the Institute’s mission in a velvety and efficient fashion.
2.   Timely develop adaptive, reliable, high quality software systems for supporting and managing academic learning, teaching and administrative activities of the institution.
3.   Develop full potential of graduate students’ computer proficiency in terms of computer and related program applications.    
4.   Organize a vast variety of computer and IT training to NIDA personnel from the user up to the management level.
5.   Provide the general public with computer and IT services such as analytical studies, system layout, IT planning, etc.
6.   Provide services and support the academic mission on aspects of fostering art and culture in an integral way.

 

  Core Values

The Office is keen to emphasize the five services (5S) below.

SERVICE-MINDEDNESS means “Excellent service with a willingness to help.”

SMARTNESS             means “Righteous action with profound knowledge.”

SMOOTHNESS          means “Smoothness and no impediment in professional operation.”

SECUREMENT          means “Security and safety.”

SPEEDINESS           means “Timeliness to requirements.”


STAFF-backup

    

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 Pramote Luenam

Director
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Telephone: 02-727-3260

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 Patrawadee Tanawongsuwan

Vice-Director
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Telephone: 02-727-3245

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 Nualnada Sa-ngunwongthong

Advisor to the Director of Academic Services
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Telephone: 02-727-3259

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Siwaporn Sarisuta

Secretary
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Telephone: 02-727-3247

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given a certificate Award Outstanding of official government

 

 
   

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 Pavinee Punlap

General Administration Senior Expert
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Telephone: 02-727-3255

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION
 

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Kasima Kewcharoen

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
Acting Section Head

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Telephone: 02-727-3783

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tee2Sermsak Soonthonsapt

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3774

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Surapong Naowasate

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3774


 

    INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT SECTION
 

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Sunida Tiatasit

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
Acting Section Head
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Telephone: 02-727-3782

Fax : 02-374-6622

 

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Pinyo Koedkaew

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3793

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Chanunya Sanjaikom

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3267

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Phitchanakrit Kosolthawichakorn

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3790

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Kanitra Pidsaya

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3256

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Kanokporn Lorsomruedee

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3784

 

Kanatis     Ratanopas

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3265

 
COMPUTER SERVICE SECTION
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 Krisana Lorlohaphan

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
Acting Section Head

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Telephone: 02-727-3246

Fax : 02-374-6622

 

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Atcharaporn Sarabut
Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3791

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Chidchai Bootsang

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3789

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Tawatchai Kavan

Machinist's computer
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Telephone: 02-727-3776

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Aree Wangpunya

Electronics technician,
Experienced Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3776

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION SECTION
 

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 Kronprom Thirawat

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
Acting Section Head

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Telephone: 02-727-3781

Fax : 02-374-6622

 

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Sopid Punyakham

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3263

 

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Worrawoot Saengrueang

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3789

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Sirorat Polchai

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3262

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Atchariya Premlek

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3257

    ACADEMIC SERVICE SECTION
 

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Tasanee Phetseechuang

Computer Technical Officer, Practitioner Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3792

   
    SECRETARY DIVISION
 

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 Praphaphan Manitsupawong

General Administration Officer ,Practitioner Level
Acting Section Head

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Telephone: 02-727-3253

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Sukanya    Jemseng

General Administration Officer
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Telephone: 02-727-3249
   
    FINANCE AND PROCUREMENT SECTION
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Orawan Sukyanee

Head of  Finance and procurement section
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Telephone: 02-727-3264

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Supaktra Senghaphan

General Administration Officer,
Experienced Level
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Telephone: 02-727-3250
   
    PLAN AND POLICY ANALYST SECTION
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 Tassanee Adam

Head of plan and policy analyst section
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Telephone: 02-727-3268

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