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科技人才入境計劃 | 立法會大灣區考察 | 智慧城市裝置 | 政府中央管理通訊系統 | 燈柱攝錄鏡頭 | 2018-19年財政預算案問題回應 | Pilot Technology Talent Admission Scheme | Duty visit to the Greater Bay Area | Smart City infrastructures | Issues with the Gov't Centrally Managed Messaging Platform | CCTVs in public areas | | Gov't replies to Budget questions
2018-5-11
 
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🗣️議會工作 

爭取政府優先培育本地科技人才

 

就創科局計劃6月推出「科技人才入境計劃」開放予科技園和數碼港公司申請輸入海外人才。我隨即表達關注,指出計劃對外來人才的工作經驗要求偏低,恐造成錯配,要求政府應優先幫助為本地科技人才加強培訓協助升級轉型,並創造更多優質職位。(回應影片
 

立法會大灣區考察之行

 

上月我以資訊科技及廣播事務委員會主席身份隨立法會考察團到大灣區作工務訪問,行程包括與深圳和其他城市官員交流、參觀微眾銀行、深圳市交警智能交通指揮中心、智能自動駕駛飛行技術、松山湖機器人產業基地和國家級「散裂中子源」基地等。我希望藉考察了解大灣區科技發展,了解本港業界面對競爭急須提升之處,以督促政府制訂政策回應。考察見聞請參考下列【文章分享】部分。
 

建議將街道設施智能化

 

除路面燈柱外,我和業界指出不少現有的街道設施(例如電話亭及巴士站)亦可改裝為構建智慧城市所需的基礎建設設施,外國亦有不少城市已有類似發展。我借質詢機會,建議政府考慮建設更多智慧城市裝置,加快智慧城市在港發展。(質詢全文
 

跟進政府中央管理通訊系統與招標

 

我於本週三及四先後兩次向政府資訊科技總監發信,就批出「中央管理通訊系統」服務合約予一家地址位於深圳的公司(彩訊科技股份有限公司),提出以下關注和質詢,要求提供有關系統的資料、機密資料會否被彩訊轉移到內地、新系統的資訊保安要求,以及當局如何監察承辦商不會取得機密政府文件和通訊內容。我會密切監察並促請當局盡快回應。
信件1:有關中央管理通訊系統的查詢
信件2:有關「中央管理通訊系統」招標的跟進問題
 

關注公共空間安裝CCTV

 

因應市民向我反映指某些燈柱被綁上攝錄鏡頭,憂慮該做法可能侵犯私隱,我在立法會提出質詢,要求政府回應攝錄系統收集的資料會否構成私隱風險。(質詢全文
 

就2018-19年財政預算案提數十項質詢


每年我就財政預算案提出數十條質詢,範疇涵蓋各政府部門,重點要求政府交代各項創科工作的進展和未來計劃,亦有關於政府數據收集可能造成市民私隱的問題、新聞自由、電動車政策、STEM教育等議題。(閱讀政府答覆

✍🏻文章分享 

大灣區創科競賽 香港如何定位?(上):人才爭奪戰、法例更新


香港不應只成為被挖人才的源頭,政府必須優先為本土科技人才創造更多創業以外的發展機會,加快吸引海外頂尖科研機構和跨國科技企業落戶,加強應用技術研究和商品化。(文章全文

 

大灣區創科競賽 香港如何定位?(下): 私隱、國際化


香港對大灣區的價值,正正是我們的不同。雖然科研實力難以短期內追上深圳等地,香港需要吸引海內外的科技人才、企業、研發中心利用我們的優勢作為衝出國際的平台,守住法治、專業人士誠信的優勢。(文章全文

 

培育科技人才 DSE急須改革


去搶海外和內地的創科專才是一個方法,香港如何能成為科研人才庫,追趕區內其他對手?(文章全文

📽️影片分享 

8.5.2018 回應「科技人才入境計劃」 Response to the Pilot Technology Talent Admission Scheme (For English audience, please begin at 19:00)
2.5.2018 《2018 撥款條例草案》辯論發言 Speech on the 2018 Appropriation Bill
7.4.2018 與大律師公會主席戴啟思討論有關一地兩檢違憲事宜 Exchange with Bar Association Chairman Philip Dykes on the co-location arrangement

🗣️Council works 

Priority for the training of local IT talents

 
Innovation and Technology Bureau rolled out the Pilot Technology Talent Admission Scheme on Tuesday. In order to avoid talent mismatch, I urge the government to raise the bar of the minimum requirement and provide more support for the upskilling of our local IT workforce and create more better jobs for the sector.
 

Duty visit to the Greater Bay Area

 
In the capacity of the Chairman of the Panel on Information Technology and Broadcasting, I joined other Legco members in a duty visit to the Greater Bay Area last month, in a bid to observe the I&T development in the region and identify the competition and opportunities facing our sector in Hong Kong.
 

Proposal to build more Smart City devices on streets

 

Apart from transforming lampposts to Smart City devices, many other cities have also turned phone booths and bus stops into Smart City kiosks to provide citizens with free public Wi-Fi, phone calls, device charging and access to city services, maps and directions. The tech sector and I have been calling on the government to expedite the development of Smart City infrastructures and I took the opportunity of my recent Council question to pursue the sector’s demand. (Read full text)

 

Following up on the Gov’t Centrally Managed Messaging Platform

 
Concerns that a HK$237 million contract was awarded to a Shenzhen company to build, support and maintain a new email system for government units have been widespread. The issue has stirred up worry that whether data will be transferred to Mainland and whether the Shenzhen contractor can access sensitive data within the government communication. I immediately issued two letters on this Wednesday and Thursday to OGCIO, demanding the government to clarify the security concerns and also questions regarding the tender.
 

Concerns over the CCTV in public area

 
Some citizens have relayed to me their privacy concerns over the CCTVs installed on lampposts. I have questioned the government on the issue and requested them to clarify if the recordings of the CCTVs involve any privacy risks. (Read full text)
 

Questions to 2017-18 Budget

 

As in the previous years, I have submitted a bunch of questions to the government on the annual Budget, requesting more information on various government initiatives on I&T, and also many other topics, such as privacy issues, education, green transport, freedom of press and more. (Read the government’s reply)

✍🏻Articles 

Hong Kong’s position on the Greater Bay Area development in I&T (Part 1)

 

This is the first of a series of two articles recapping my duty visit to the Greater Bay Area and will first focus on talents and regulation. Our government should prioritise for creating more opportunities to local IT talents and speed up attracting more top research institutes and tech companies to operate in Hong Kong.
 

Hong Kong’s position on the Greater Bay Area development in I&T (Part 2)

 

Second part of the series will touch on privacy and Hong Kong’s role in the region. The rule of law, the professional services, professional integrity and more are the reasons why Hong Kong is unique and also define our role in the Greater Bay Area. We need to attract more overseas talents, as well as companies and institutions, and strengthen our advantages to compete on the international stage.
 

Reform DSE for better tech talent nurturing

 

The government has set course to develop Meditech, AI, Robotech, re-industrialisation and also Smart City. However, we are facing a lack of tech talents in Hong Kong with specific tech expertise. While we need to attract overseas talents to come to Hong Kong, we also have to first train our own workforce to equip them with the talents we need with the right education system and incentives.
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​Office of the Hon Charles Mok, Legislative Councillor (IT)
Address: Room 917, Legislative Council Complex, 1 Legislative Council Road,
Central, Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2352 3129

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