The Uganda Communications Commission was established under the Uganda Communications Act 2013, to among other things, monitor, inspect, license and regulate the provision of telecommunication services in Uganda.
Following the March 29 deadline to switch off and deactivate all non-registered SIM cards, the regulating body, the Uganda Communications Commission together with the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Gen. Kale Kayihura. held a meeting with Telecom Operators on a few emerging Issues. It was agreed that:
Our topic of interest is the status of SIM Card Registration, which started in 2013. As part of UCC's regulatory oversight, we conduct compliance audits of licensee's, periodically, to review and assess their compliance levels on a number of regulatory requirements; SIM card registration validation, Quality of networks, utilization of spectrums etc.
Applications are invited from qualified Ugandans to fill the following positions at AFRALTI:
Director: 1 Position
Administration and Finance Officer: 1 Position
Details of these jobs are available on the UCC website www.ucc.co.ug
These positions attract competitive remuneration packages.
The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) handed over a dummy air ticket to Stephen Tashobya, a Software Developer, whose Natalsys team of young innovators, won the ICT Visionaries Award during ACIA 2016.
The Uganda Communications Commission is a body Corporate established under Section 4 of the Uganda Communications Commission Act 2013 to regulate the telecommunications, radio, television, broadcasting and postal and courier services industry in Uganda.