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Caribbean Infrastructure Project Review
Initial Evaluation
Kenny Huang, Ph.D. 黃勝雄博士
Project Principle Investigator
Executi...
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  1. 1. Caribbean Infrastructure Project Review Initial Evaluation Kenny Huang, Ph.D. 黃勝雄博士 Project Principle Investigator Executive Council Member, APNIC Member, Board of Directors, TWNIC huangksh@gmail.com JointWorld Bank Sponsored Project
  2. 2. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited 2 1 Community WiFi 2 Public Wireless Hotspots 3 Connections among Community-WiFi 4 Government backbone Project Scope 1 Improving Govt. efficiency 2 Reducing Govt. comm. cost 3 Accelerating modernization 4 Improving Govt. service efficiency. 5 Improving efficiency & effectiveness for information collection and propagation 6 Enabling WiFi connectivity for Govt. 7 Improving eGovt. ranking 8 Implementing hotspots in top 16 population area 9 Public WiFi hotspots 10 Stimulating innovative business model by integrating local program Project Goals Initial Proposal
  3. 3. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited Design and Monitoring Framework 3 Stakeholder Analysis Problem Analysis Objectives Analysis Alternatives Analysis Design Design Summary Performance Targets/ Indicators Data Sources/ Reporting Mechanisms Assumptions/ Risks Impact Activities with Milestones Inputs Design and Monitoring Framework Outcome Outputs
  4. 4. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited Stakeholder Analysis 4 Stakeholder Stakeholder’s Interest Perceived Problem Resource Mandate Ministry of Public Service Improve equal access to the Internet Low Internet penetration, inadequate donor funds Policy making, Inter-agency communication, annual budget To improve public Internet access NICTO : National ICT Office Improve Internet penetration and provide alternative access to users Low Internet penetration , monopoly market, high access cost Policy facilitation, inter- agency coordination, ICT operation To facilitate policy making and manage ICT infrastructure NTRC : National Telecommunication Regulatory Commission Spectrum management Internet access is inadequate Spectrum registration, device certification, service registration To approve wireless spectrum , wireless service Ministry of Education & Community Centre Capacity building and outreach for using Internet Internet and ICT resources is inadequate Community Center space and facility To extend wireless coverage via owned facility
  5. 5. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited Problem Tree 5 Low Internet penetration High access cost Limit access to information & knowledge Small market Market failure Inadequate Internet access Human right infringement Poor infrastructure Inadequate skills in network operation Restrict national competency Limit network services Jeopardize innovation Inefficient business processes
  6. 6. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited Project Identification Objectives Analysis 6 Low Internet penetration High access cost Limit access to information & knowledge Small market Market failure Inadequate Internet access Human right infringement Poor infrastructure Inadequate skills in network operation Restrict national competency Limit network services Jeopardize innovation Consultation on Govt. intervention strategy Consultation on stimulus planning Enabling Infrastructure Capacity building New net-enabled innovations and services Stimulate innovation Improve national competitiveness Increase business productivity Equal access to the Internet Inefficient business processes Enable knowledge &information sharing Enrich Internet accessibility Neutralize access cost appropriate Internet penetration
  7. 7. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited Project Identification Alternatives Analysis 7 Low Internet penetration High access cost Limit access to information & knowledge Small market Market failure Inadequate Internet access Human right infringement Poor infrastructure Inadequate skills in network operation Restrict national competency Limit network services Jeopardize innovation Enabling Infrastructure Capacity building New net-enabled innovations and services Stimulate innovation Improve national competitiveness Increase business productivity Equal access to the Internet Inefficient business processes Enable knowledge &information sharing Enrich Internet accessibility Neutralize access cost Criteria (Socioeconomic): Universal access Consultation on Govt. intervention strategy Consultation on stimulus planning appropriate Internet penetration
  8. 8. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited 8 Design Summary Impact The Internet penetration has improved Outcome The population in target districts use advanced wireless services. Outputs 1 Enabling infrastructure 2 Capacity building Activities 1.1 site survey 1.2 conceptual design (device approved by NTRC) 1.3 Base station colocation and leasing 1.4 detail design (spectrum approved by NTRC) 1.5 infrastructure implementation 1.6 service activation Inputs Donor – $2.3 million (80% contribution) •Consulting - $0.3 million •Personnel - $0.45 million •Equipment - $1.2 million •Training - $0.25 million •Contingencies - $0.1 million Government - $0.47 million (20% contribution) •Personnel - $0.2 million •Transport and logistics - $0.1 million (NTRC; BS colocation) •Operating expenses – $0.07 million •Civil work – $0.1 million 2.1 site survey look and see 2.2 network engineering training 2.3 help desk training 2.4 remote hands and eyes SOP 2.5 network operation training
  9. 9. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited Scenario 4 Assumptions: 1 Internet population measured in 24 hrs 2 supply side measurement 3 A/P concurrent utilization : 50% 4 subscriber average usage per day : 2 hrs 5 A/P average service hrs per day : 12 hrs Add Internet Population : 10080 Penetration contribution : 54.6% (6.2% increase) Scenario 3 Assumptions: 1 Internet population measured in 24 hrs 2 supply side measurement 3 A/P concurrent utilization : 50% 4 subscriber average usage per day : 1hrs 5 A/P average service hrs per day : 12 hrs Add Internet Population : 26880 Penetration contribution : 65.0% (16.6% increase) 9 Internet Demographic and Scenario Modeling Internet users : 78864 (ITU, 2013) Population : 162781 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2013) Internet penetration : 48.4% 1. ITU. (2013). Percentage of individuals using the Internet. Retrieved from http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Statistics/Pages/stat/default.aspx 2. US Census Bureau. (2013). Countries and Areas Ranked by Population. Retrieved from http://www.census.gov/population/international/data/idb/rank.php Wireless A/P installed : 56 Service Coverage : 1.76 KM2 Scenario 2 Assumptions: 1 Internet population measured in 24 hrs 2 supply side measurement 3 A/P concurrent utilization : 80% 4 subscriber average usage per day : 2 hrs 5 A/P average service hrs per day : 16 hrs Add Internet Population : 21504 Penetration contribution : 61.6% (13.2% increase) Scenario 1 Assumptions: 1 Internet population measured in 24 hrs 2 supply side measurement 3 A/P concurrent utilization : 80% 4 subscriber average usage per day : 1 hrs 5 A/P average service hrs per day : 16 hrs Add Internet Population : 43008 Penetration contribution : 74.9% (26.5% increase) Criteria : Worst Case Scenario
  10. 10. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited 10 Design Summary Performance Targets / Indicators Impact The Internet penetration has improved The internet penetration increased from 48.4% to 54.6% at the end of project implementation at year 4. Outcome The population in target districts use advanced wireless services. The Internet infrastructure expanded to 5 districts with 1.7 sq. KM wireless service coverage at the end of project implementation. Internet users in the 5 selected districts increased 10080 at the end of project implementation. Outputs 1 Enabling infrastructure 2 Capacity building The wireless service coverage increases 1.7 sq. KM in year 2. The Internet users increased from 2520 in year 3, to 10080 in year 4. Activities 1.1 site survey 1.2 conceptual design (device approved by NTRC) 1.3 Base station colocation and leasing 1.4 detail design (spectrum approved by NTRC) 1.5 infrastructure implementation 1.6 service activation Inputs Donor – $2.3 million (80% contribution) •Consulting - $0.3 million •Personnel - $0.45 million •Equipment - $1.2 million •Training - $0.25 million •Contingencies - $0.1 million Government - $0.47 million (20% contribution) •Personnel - $0.2 million •Transport and logistics - $0.1 million (NTRC; BS colocation) •Operating expenses – $0.07 million •Civil work – $0.1 million 2.1 site survey look and see 2.2 network engineering training 2.3 help desk training 2.4 remote hands and eyes SOP 2.5 network operation training
  11. 11. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited 11 Design Summary Performance Targets/Indicators Data Sources/Reporting Mechanisms Impact The Internet penetration has improved The internet penetration increased from 48.4% to 54.6% at the end of project implementation at year 4. Annual Internet statistics report . International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Outcome The population in target districts use advanced wireless services. The Internet infrastructure expanded to 5 districts with 1.7 sq. KM wireless service coverage at the end of project implementation. Internet users in the 5 selected districts increased 10080 at the end of project implementation. Project Report , Ministry of Public Service Outputs 1 Enabling infrastructure 2 Capacity building The wireless service coverage increases 1.7 sq. KM in year 2. The Internet users increased from 2520 in year 3, to 10080 in year 4. Records of Project Management Office, NICTO Activities 1.1 site survey 1.2 conceptual design (device approved by NTRC) 1.3 Base station colocation and leasing 1.4 detail design (spectrum approved by NTRC) 1.5 infrastructure implementation 1.6 service activation Inputs Donor – $2.3 million (80% contribution) •Consulting - $0.3 million •Personnel - $0.45 million •Equipment - $1.2 million •Training - $0.25 million •Contingencies - $0.1 million Government - $0.47 million (20% contribution) •Personnel - $0.2 million •Transport and logistics - $0.1 million (NTRC; BS colocation) •Operating expenses – $0.07 million •Civil work – $0.1 million 2.1 site survey look and see 2.2 network engineering training 2.3 help desk training 2.4 remote hands and eyes SOP 2.5 network operation training
  12. 12. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited Assumptions and Risks Matrix 12 Mitigate Monitor Ignore Mitigate and create contingency plan Mitigate Monitor Killer: Rethink Project Mitigate and create contingency plan Mitigate Low Medium High High Medium Low A: Probability of Failure R: Expected Impact A= assumption, R=risk A:CriticallyImportant R:Likelihood
  13. 13. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited 13 Design Summary Performance Targets/Indicators Data Sources/ Reporting Mechanisms Assumptions (A) / Risks (R) Impact The Internet penetration of has improved The internet penetration increased from 48.4% to 54.6% at the end of project implementation at year 4. Annual Internet statistics report . International Telecommunication Union (ITU) A: The Ministry's policy regarding the provision of public network services remains unchanged. Outcome The population in target districts use advanced wireless services. The Internet infrastructure expanded to 5 districts with 1.7 sq. KM wireless service coverage at the end of project implementation. Internet users in the 5 selected districts increased 10080 at the end of project implementation. Project Report , Ministry of Public Service A: The NICTO ensures that the wireless network is well maintained, following a maintenance standard. A: Operating expenses remain stable Outputs 1 Enabling infrastructure 2 Capacity building The wireless service coverage increases 1.7 sq. KM in year 2. The Internet users increased from 2520 in year 3, to 10080 in year 4. Records of Project Management Office, NICTO R: The spectrum registration or wireless service application rejected by NTRC R: The existing towers of base station can't be shared for colcation of new system. Activities 1.1 site survey 1.2 conceptual design (device approved by NTRC) 1.3 Base station colocation and leasing 1.4 detail design (spectrum approved by NTRC) 1.5 infrastructure implementation 1.6 service activation Inputs Donor – $2.3 million (80% ) •Consulting - $0.3 million •Personnel - $0.45 million •Equipment - $1.2 million •Training - $0.25 million •Contingencies - $0.1 million Government - $0.47 million (20%) •Personnel - $0.2 million •Transport and logistics - $0.1 million (NTRC; BS colocation) •Operating expenses – $0.07 million •Civil work – $0.1 million 2.1 site survey look and see 2.2 network engineering training 2.3 help desk training 2.4 remote hands and eyes SOP 2.5 network operation training
  14. 14. Dr. Kenny Huang Confidential — All rights reserved Intellectual Property of Dr. Kenny Huang. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction of this page is strictly prohibited 14 Kenny Huang, Ph.D. Project Principle Investigator Executive Council Member, APNIC Member, Board of Directors, TWNIC huangksh@gmail.com
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