The Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) is a ministry of the Government of Singapore. MCI’s mission is to connect our people to community, government and opportunity, enabled by trustworthy infrastructure and technology.
At MCI, we work closely with our agencies to deliver our vision of an engaged and connected Singapore.
The agencies under the MCI family include the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA), Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), National Library Board (NLB) and Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC).
MCI provides the edge that Singapore needs to excel in the new economy by facilitating effective communication in a dynamic environment and diverse culture.
As a part of MCI, you will play a key role in remaking Singapore. We work towards our vision by formulating policies to develop and promote Singapore’s infocomm and media sectors. We also foster greater understanding between the Government, Singaporeans and stakeholders by facilitating effective public communications.
We are looking for candidates to join us.
MCI offers scholarships to candidates with a passion for government communications work. Upon graduation, scholars can look forward to a rewarding and challenging career spanning various portfolios and responsibilities, as well as a comprehensive development plan comprising professional and leadership training, secondments and attachments to other ministries and external agencies.
TTDS is a co-sponsorship grant that supports Singaporean translation and interpretation (T&I) practitioners to further develop their capabilities and attain mastery of their skills.
Our Media Centre provides up-to-date information, announcements and profile stories of our stakeholders and partners.
Here are our latest speeches, press releases, announcements on programmes, and initiatives and responses to parliamentary questions.
Be updated on the latest happenings about MCI, our agencies and stakeholders.
We want your feedback on our policies. Participate in the public consultation here.
MCI offers press services for media personnel working in news agencies or organisations.
Media personnel working in Singapore can apply for a Press Accreditation Card (PAC) from MCI’s Media Division.
Find out how MCI is committed to plan and build a better future for Singapore.
MCI will continue to prepare our workforce for technological change, and to ensure that our companies, and workers can seize opportunities in the digital economy through up-skilling, re-skilling, and access to good jobs.
MCI will lead Singapore's digital transformation to create exciting opportunities for businesses and individuals, and build strong and inclusive communities so that everyone can enjoy the fruits of progress together.
See past MCI's COS and Workplan Seminars here.
The agencies under MCI are Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA), Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), National Library Board (NLB) and Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC).
MCI and Cyber Security Agency (CSA) work with government agencies and private organisations to build resilient infrastructure, create a safe cyberspace, develop a vibrant cyber ecosystem and strengthen international partnerships.
Part of MCI, the DesignSingapore Council aims to enhance Singapore’s value proposition in the creative industry, and contribute to our economic growth and social progress.
Comprising representatives from the public, private and people sectors, the digital readiness initiative aim to develop strategies and principles for building digital readiness for Singaporeans, with a particular emphasis on those who might be at risk of being excluded from opportunities in the digital future.
The convergence of infocomm and media has changed the way the infocomm and media sector is organised. MCI and IMDA work together to ensure our businesses and people seize opportunities in the infocomm and media sector and that the regulatory environment keep pace with the developments, remain conducive for businesses and protect consumers’ interest.
The National Library Board (NLB) runs 26 public libraries, the National Library and the National Archives of Singapore (NAS) to serve all residents in Singapore.
MCI, through the Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) in IMDA, oversees and crafts policies to strengthen Singapore’s personal data protection regime. It aims to raise awareness of the importance of data protection among Singaporeans and assist businesses in building up their data protection capacity.
MCI plays an important role in public communications. Through listening to citizens and explaining the government policies, MCI ensures that Singaporeans are heard, connected and engaged as citizens of Singapore.
For media personnel working in news agencies / organisations
Setting up a news bureau in or reporting news from Singapore
Provides help and information to local and foreign media