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Staff Officer, Civil Military Coordination 
United Nations Operation in Cote D'Ivoire Daloa (Côte d’Ivoire) Full-time Sinc...
2 / 4 
Institutional framework & organizational structure, capacity building & skill set 
development, regulatory engageme...
3 / 4 
Spectrum Monitoring Systems 
TCI International, Inc. Fremont, CA 94538, USA  January 2008 - 2008 
Spectrum  Monit...
4 / 4 
Languages 
 English  Bengali 
INTERESTS 
Telecommunication Regulation 
 Telecommunications Law & Compliance  E...
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Downloadable Resume of Lt Col Rakibul Hassan, another version.

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Downloadable Resume of Lt Col Rakibul Hassan, another version.

  1. 1. Staff Officer, Civil Military Coordination United Nations Operation in Cote D'Ivoire Daloa (Côte d’Ivoire) Full-time Since July 2014     United Nations civil-military coordination (UN-CIMIC) provides the interface between the military component of a UN peace operation and the political, humanitarian, developmental, human rights, and rule-of-law components of the mission, as well as many other external partners in the larger peacebuilding system. It is a crucial function of any complex peace operation because it is central to the mission achieving a system-wide impact on the conflict it is attempting to transform. My job is to coordinate between mission military components and civil counterparts, and between the mission and the rest of the system, in order to ensure a sustainable peace process.  Instructor Class 'A', School of Signals Bangladesh Army Jessore (Bangladesh) Full-time May 2014 - July 2014     Train the leaders of 'Corp of Signals'. The signal officer leads the Signal Corps, which is responsible for the Army’s entire systems of communication. Officers plan and execute all aspects of communication on a mission and are critical to the Army’s continued success. A signal officer requires completion of the Signal Officer Basic Course, where they learn the skills and operational aspects that are used in the net-centric warfare. 'School of Signals' offers post-commissioning training to allow those officers who generally have little to no prior military communication experience to obtain the skills necessary to continue on to his job. My teaching area of expertise encompasses 'Spectrum Management', 'Antenna Theory', 'Areal Propagation' and 'Military Communications Security'.  Director (Systems and Services) Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission  Dhaka (Bangladesh)  Full-time  October 2010 - April 2014 Working towards drafting on creation of a Competition/Antitrust Division with an oversight of the recent draft Competition Act 2010 for the communications market including investigations into; predatory pricing and margin squeeze cases.  Lead drafter to major licensing guidelines, tactful and articulate in communication mediums, prepare speeches for BTRC officials, represent BTRC at public consultations, responsible for devising policy framework for BTRC. Do ‘out of the box’ write-up, drafts letter, research, prepare presentations, delivers them, maintain contacts, and respond to ITU/APT/CTO/ICANN and other emails and call inquiries.  Has worked on Telecom's structural separation proposal & Interconnection cost modeling for Bangladeshi Market. Spearheading the development of local content providers on the basis of telco's open (shared) network platform requirement.  Worked as Country Focal Point for ITU/CTO/APT including ITU's  Council Membership. Member Secretary Bangladesh Computer Security Incident Response Team (BD-CSIRT)  Dhaka (Bangladesh)  Full-time  January 2012 - April 2014 The organization conducts computer security audits; organize specialized and local training, seminars, workshops in computer & cyber security involved subject matter.  Bangladesh Computer Security Incident Response Team (BD-CSIRT) is the national computer security coordination center in Bangladesh. It has been established in 2012 by Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (BTRC) as an initiative to facilitate the detection, prevention and response of computer and cyber security related incidents on the Internet.  Current operations of BD-CSIRT include the following core-services being provided to the constituents through various communication channels such as a website (www.csirt.gov.bd), phone/fax/email (pgp enabled), sms etc.  It also includes publishing alerts and advisories related to computer & cyber security issues; computer & cyber forensics penetration testing, investigation and analysis; vulnerability testing of government websites; assistance in implementing computer security correlated ISO standards; incident handling and reporting using Request Tracker for Incident Response (RTIR) system; raising public awareness on computer & cyber security matters through various media;  Deputy Director (Systems & Services Department) Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission  Dhaka (Bangladesh)  Full-time  July 2007 - October 2010 Regulatory strategy on policy & legislative framework, licensing & convergence, access & interconnection, costing & tariff structure, spectrum band-plan based on IMT-2000, re-farming, competition & assessment of dominance (SMP), infrastructure & technical regulation.  1 / 4 LT COL RAKIBUL HASSAN Telecommunications and ICT Regulation, Government Affairs http://www.doyoubuzz.com/rakibul-hassan 44 years old raqueeb@live.com +22545667279 +880-1713095767 764, Ibrahimpur 1206 Dhaka Bangladesh Strategic analyst with information technology (IT) specialties having experience in, but not limited to, forecasting, business prediction, cost, schedule, and performance analysis. Knowledge of, and recent experience with, collecting, importing, exporting, and querying data for analysis and in manipulating that data into professional reports that enable senior management to make informed strategic decisions. Proven leader who is effective at verbal and written communication, managing personnel, performing research, and providing excellent consultancy based on the input which varies over time. Propensity towards discovering inefficiencies in the organizational bureaucracy and taking action aimed at improving innovative processes, solving complex problems, and understanding complex concepts. Specialties: Excellent communication skills in both written and verbal, lead drafter to organization's policy documentations, tactful and articulate in communication mediums, prepare speeches for officials, represent organization at public consultations. Do ‘out of the box’ write-up, drafts letter, research, prepare presentations, delivers them, maintain contacts, and respond to official communications. EXPERIENCE L.H
  2. 2. 2 / 4 Institutional framework & organizational structure, capacity building & skill set development, regulatory engagement & liaison.  Member of numerous committees like Spectrum Management (SMC), National Broadband Policy Review, Bangla IDN Submission, National Frequency Allocation Plan 2005 (NFAP) Review, Project Manager for ITU consultations on MIS and Statistical Tool & Significant Market Power (SMP) Implementation, Quality of Service (QoS) guidelines implementation, BTRC Website/Intranet development etc.  Grade Staff Officer -2, Signals Directorate Army Headquarters, Bangladesh Army Dhaka (Bangladesh) Full-time November 2006 - 2007     Looked after Falcon Eye Project, the largest military microwave network alongside the Army HeadQuarters network (groupware, Sun Servers, Cisco Solution). [Details not divulged  due to NDA] Communication Officer, Signal Platoon Commander United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo  Bunia (Congo - Kinshasa)  Full-time  April 2003 - 2004 Designed and supported the communication requirement for Bangladesh Battalion. To support numerous camps in different geographic locations, a main + backup communication channel was maintained alongside covering troops in front lines and operations.  Had given technical assistance and advised Commanders preparing the deployment plan of military operations on the basis of all ground reconnaissances.  Grade Staff Officer -2, Information Technology (IT) Directorate Army Headquarters, Bangladesh Army  Dhaka (Bangladesh)  Full-time  March 2000 - 2002  [Details not divulged due to NDA]  Worked as founding GSO-2 for Networking Cell for initial military network framework, planned and designed present military network extended to Divisions. Grade Staff Officer -3, (GSO-3), Signals Directorate Army Headquarters, Bangladesh Army  Dhaka (Bangladesh)  Full-time  May 1997 - 1999  [Details not divulged due to NDA]  Worked as Grade Staff Officer -3, (GSO-3) to install the military network connecting more than 550 pcs and Army Signals Brigade Headquarters. Staff Captain (SC), Army Signal Brigade Headquarters Army Signal Brigade  Dhaka (Bangladesh)  Full-time  April 1996 - March 1997  Rank: Captain  [Details not divulged due to NDA]  Looked after the Job of Staff Captain, (Staff of HQ) and connected all the units of Army Signal Brigade and Army Headquarters. First FreeBSD installation and then it was replaced by SunOS. EDUCATION MSc. in Communication Engineering (MSCE) United International University  September 2007 - June 2009  Telecommunications Diploma in Military Communication US Army Signal Center [ICT], Fort Gordon, Georgia, USA  September 2002 - 2003  Information Systems OP-Analyst 531-74B10 Master's in Business Administration Royal Roads University  Since September 2011  Digital Technology Management (DTM), Not yet finished. Information Assuarance Security Officer Certification Course US Army Signal Center, Fort Gordon, Georgia, USA  January 2002 - December 2002  Information Security [US Army Grade] Next Generation Network (NGN) and IP based TAX (Trunk Automatic Exchange) Advanced Level Telecom Training Center, BSNL, Ghaziabad, India  January 2007 - 2007  Next Generation Network (NGN) and IP based TAX (Trunk Automatic Exchange)
  3. 3. 3 / 4 Spectrum Monitoring Systems TCI International, Inc. Fremont, CA 94538, USA  January 2008 - 2008 Spectrum  Monitoring Systems Implementing Mobile Number Portability (MNP) ITU ASP CoE Network, Pakistan Telecom Authority Node, Pakistan  January 2007 - December 2007  Strategic role of MNP in a competitive market Automated Spectrum Management Systems TCI International, Inc. Fremont, CA 94538, USA  January 2008 - 2008  Automated Spectrum Management Systems Concept of Design and Implementation of MPLS Core Network BRBRA Institute of Telecom Training, BSNL, Jabalpur, India  January 2008 - 2008  Concept of Design and Implementation of MPLS Core Network Telecommunication Regulatory Executive Training Infocomm Development Authority (IDA), Singapore January 2010 - December 2010   4th Telecom Regulatory Course “Enabling Framework for ICT Development - The Singapore Experience” Telecom Regulation: Fundamental concepts of current key issues TOT Academy, Nonthaburi, Thailand  January 2014 - December 2014  Competition, Infrastructure Sharing, SMP, Regulations SIEMENS’s ISDN Communication Networking Services Information & Communications Networks Training Institute, Munich, Germany  January 2000 - 2000  SIEMENS’s ISDN Communication Networking Services Bachelor's of Arts University of Chittagong  September 1990 - 1992  Economics, History HSC (Science) Pabna Cadet College  September 1988 - June 1989  Science, English, Math, Statistics SKILLS Lead Drafter - Licensing Guidelines: Regulatory Commission  Regulatory and Licensing Guideline on Internet Protocol Telephony Service Provider (IPTSP) License  Regulatory and Licensing Guidelines on Call Center Services  Regulatory and Licensing Guideline on Broadband Wireless Access (BWA)  Regulatory and Licensing Guidelines on Value Added Services Licensing Guidelines, 2012 [Draft] Regulatory and Licensing Guidelines on Nationwide Telecommunication Transmission Network (NTTN)   3G/4G/LTE Cellular Mobile Phone Services Regulatory and Licensing Guidelines  Regulatory and Licensing Guidelines on Cellular Mobile Phone Operator License (Renewed)  Regulatory and Licensing Guidelines on Mobile Number Portability (MNP)  Draft National Telecommunication Consumer Protection Guideline (NTCPG)  Regulatory and Licensing Guidelines to Build, Operate and Maintain International Terrestrial Cable (ITC) Systems and Services in Bangladesh  SIM/RUIM Registration Verification Guidelines in accordance with NID Government  Regulatory Affairs  Policy Drafting  Spectrum Management Telecommunications & Management  Management Consulting  Strategic Communications  Change Management  Project Management  Telecommunications Management  Business Strategy
  4. 4. 4 / 4 Languages  English  Bengali INTERESTS Telecommunication Regulation  Telecommunications Law & Compliance  Economic Public Law  Cyber Crime/CERT/CSIRT  Public/Government Affairs  Monitor key trends in the ICT regulatory environment & their impact on business. Travel  Meeting new people

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