Monday, October 17, 2011

MyKad Baru : Dulu bagi setiap keping, RM2.60 masuk poket.. kali ni berapa pula?



Ketika MyKad yang memiliki cip diperkenalkan suatu masa dulu, kontrak pembikinannya telah diserahkan kepada sebuah syarikat yang tersenarai di Bursa Malaysia iaitu IRIS Corporation Berhad melalui perjanjian pada 13 Ogos 2003.


Menurut perjanjian tersebut IRIS melalui anak syarikatnya GMPC Corporation Sdn. Bhd. akan membekalkan sejumlah 9 juta keping MyKAD kepada Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara selama tempoh dua tahun dengan kontrak bernilai RM 216 juta.

Bermakna melalui perjanjian itu sekeping MyKad jatuh RM24.00.

Tetapi ketika Menteri Dalam Negeri ketika itu iaitu Azmi Khalid mengumumkan kos pembikinannya belia menyatakan bahawa kos untuk sekeping MyKad pada ketika itu adalah RM28.60.

Kenapa ada perbezaan sebanyak RM2.60 tu.. korang faham-fahamlah sendiri..

Itu adalah perbezaan harga yang dinyatakan untuk sekeping MyKad dan perbezaan harga untuk 9Juta MyKad ialah RM23.4Juta.. betulkan kalau aku silap..

Kemudiannya difahamkan pada 29 Ogos 2005 IRIS dan kerajaan menandatangani empat lagi perjanjian kali ini untuk membekalkan dalam tempoh 4 bulan MyKad, MyKid dan MyPR dengan kontrak bernilai RM92 juta!

Berapa pula yang diperolehi oleh mereka dari RM92Juta tu?

Tiba-tiba pula semalam Menteri Dalam Negeri, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein mengumumkan Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN) akan mengeluarkan MyKad baharu yang dipertingkatkan tahap kualiti dan ciri-ciri keselamatan bermula Januari depan.

Kononnya "MyKad dengan struktur baru ini lebih berkualiti dan menepati ciri-ciri keselamatan sesuai dengan peredaran waktu, keadaan dan cabaran pada masa depan.

Hishammuddin berkata, kelebihan MyKad baru itu adalah diperbuat daripada bahan 'polycarbonate' yang lebih tahan dan menggunakan teknologi turisan laser pada permukaan kad serta dilengkapi perlindungan antisalinan bagi mengelakkan pemalsuan.

Tambahnya, MyKad itu juga mengandungi cip yang telah diuji kualiti ketahanan di Institut Penyelidikan Industri dan Standard Malaysia (SIRIM) serta makmal-makmal semi konduktor yang diiktiraf.

Hmmm… Siapa pula yang akan kaya kali ini??


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Who’s got contract for new MyKad?

KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition MP for Teluk Intan M Manogaran wants the government to reveal the name of the company which was awarded the contract to print the new set of MyKad, scheduled to be launched in January next year.

He also wants Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein to reveal “who owns the company and the cost of (producing) each of the new MyKad”.

“We want Hishammuddin to reveal the name of the company awarded the contract, who owns the company and the cost of (producing) each of the new MyKad,” he said.

Manogaran was responding to the minister’s announcement that beginning next year the National Registration Department (NRD) will issue new MyKads that will have several hi-tech security features.

According to Hishammuddin the advantages of the new MyKad is that “it will be made of polycarbonate which will be much more durable and the new chip was tested at Sirim.”

“There is no point in you having the best security featured identity card but corrupted officers,” countered Manogaran

How did Bangladeshis get citizenships?

On a separate matter, Manogaran criticized Hishammuddin for threatening to expose opposition leaders who has also received citizenships.

Hishammuddin was reported in Malay daily, Sinar Harian as saying that families of opposition leaders were also recipients of Malaysian citizenships.

“That’s not what we asked the Home Minister in Parliament. What we asked was how is it that thousands of foreigners that were allegedly registered as voters got their citizenship at the first place.

“Are they professionals? Have they lived in Malaysia for more than 10 years and did they get their Permanent Residence (PR) status first?

“In the same Sinar Harian report Hishammuddin said that only 30 Bangladeshis were given citizenship during a seven-year period.

“Can Hishammuddin divulge the qualification and personal details of the 30 Bangladeshis that were granted the citizenship?

“How long did the 30 Bangladeshis live in Malaysia and were they given PR before being entitled for citizenship?” he asked, adding that it was of no interest to them if the person who gets the citizenship is related to a Pakatan Rakyat or Barisan Nasional leader.

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