The Ministry of Education, Brunei will allow teachers, students and other public members to access various services through new ICT project `MoE Enterprise Service Portal.'
The Education Ministry of Brunei has signed an agreement with local firm TechnoNet Sdn Bhd on the provision of the Enterprise Service Portal, which will set up all enterprise information management (EIM) systems in scale and functionality. The project is result of an e-Government initiative, government will implement several state-of-the-art systems. The MoE Enterprise Service Portal is one of the projects under the flagship of e-Education, which is categoried into five programmes, namely Edunet, e-Learning, Education Information System, Digital Library and Human Capacity Building. The web portal will provide all services of Education Ministry into one framework, which would be accessed by administrative staff, teachers, students, and the public, according to their respective permissions. Users can access secure areas of the system without any flaws. The application will run on Singapore-based solutions provider specialising in learning management systems, Dnium's e-learning engines and written in Sun Microsystem's Java Enterprise Edition. The system will boast extensive interface customisability, usability and interactivity, which allows the processing of server requests and responses without needing to navigate to a different webpage for each action. The MoE Portal will provide registered users access to the MoE applications through a personalised and individualised web interface.