New appointments were announced yesterday for three government agencies - the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY) and the People's Association (PA).
The Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) announced the appointment of Mr Tan Kiat How as the new chief executive of IMDA, effective from Jan 1.
Mr Tan, currently deputy secretary (cyber and technology) at MCI, will take over from Mr Gabriel Lim, who will continue to serve as second permanent secretary (communications and information).
Meanwhile, MCCY announced Dr Ang Hak Seng's appointment as commissioner of charities-designate, to be made official on Jan 16.
Dr Ang, who is currently chief executive director of the PA, will take on two other appointments - executive director at the Registry of Co-operative Societies and Mutual Benefit Organisations (RCS) and deputy secretary-designate to lead Singapore Cares, a national movement for a more inclusive society.
Dr Ang was appointed as the PA's chief executive director on April 1, 2013, after having served as a grassroots leader in Yuhua and a councillor in the South-West
This article was first published on Dec 17, 2016.
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