Angola National Space Strategy Plan for 2019 – 2022 approved by the Ministry

The 2019 – 2022 Strategic Plan of the National Space Program Management Office (GGPEN) was approved on May 9, at the first Board of Directors of the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology for the year 2019, chaired by the Minister of the MTTI, Eng José Carvalho da Rocha. The Plan aims to further the institution’s mission, vision and values, in alignment with the National Space Strategy 2016-2025, Plan (PDN) 2018-2022 and the ICT White Paper 2019-2022.

The Plan was presented by the Director General of the GGPEN, Eng. Zolana Rui João, and establishes the general objectives and guidelines that should govern Angola’s space activity for the period from 2019 to 2022.

Primarily, the Plan presents a strategic diagnosis for the revision and approval of the legislative acts that govern the space activities in the country, the construction, launch and operation of the ANGOSAT-2 satellite, future satellites and studies for the implementation of the space agency.

It details 14 growth and sustainability guidelines and their results-based performance indicators to ensure that the objectives set out are met. To better monitor the Plan, the adopted model is focused on the strategic plan, work routine management and project management.

This story is based on information obtained from us by knowledgeable persons.  A public copy of the Plan is not yet available.

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