GMICT Policy document removal
The following are GMICT Policy documents that have been removed on 29th January 2019, along with the respective reasons:
  • ICT Governance Framework v7.0, effective: 07/01/2014
    The Framework shall be simplified and updated to reflect MITA’s current GMICT Policy procedures, including the current position on compliance.
  • Compliance Management Framework v5.0, effective: 23/05/2016
    This will be superseded by the revised ICT Governance Framework.
  • GMICT Policy Management Roadmap 2013-2015 v9.0, effective: 14/05/2014
    The Roadmap shall be updated with current priorities.
  • GMICT Policy Mandate, effective: 15/11/2010
    This form has rarely been used to request new policy content and is therefore being rescinded.
  • ICT Solutions Policy Announcement v1.0, effective: 08/07/2013
    This announcement is no longer relevant.
  • Computer Misuse Handbook, effective: 01/09/2002
    This is an old publication that will, however, be revisited as part of a wider awareness campaign.
  • Formalised Specifications Adoption Procedure v2.0
    Document refer to MITA organisational structures and processes that are no longer in effect and which shall be addressed in the revised Interoperability and Open Specifications Policy.
  • Formalised Specification Adoption Guidelines v2.0
    Document refer to MITA organisational structures and processes that are no longer in effect and which shall be addressed in the revised Interoperability and Open Specifications Policy.
  • Formalised Specification Adoption Request Form v2.0, effective: 09/10/2012
    Document refer to MITA organisational structures and processes that are no longer in effect and which shall be addressed in the revised Interoperability and Open Specifications Policy.
  • Certificate Policy for Non-qualified Certificates v1.0, effective: 05/09/2007
    The solution that this policy refers to has be decommissioned.
  • Networking Policy v3.0, effective: 26/03/2014
    Superseded by the updated Information Security Policy v5.0.
  • Servers Policy v1.0, effective: 22/07/2013
    Superseded by the updated Information Security Policy v5.0.
  • Switches – Access Layer Standard v1.0, effective: 26/07/2006
    Specification is now being handled contractually.
  • Print Server Equipment Standard v1.0, effective: 26/07/2006
    Specification is now being handled contractually.
  • Information Security Organisation Policy v1.0, effective: 08/05/2003
    The Policy deal with the organisation of security structures within Government. These structures are being discussed and revised. Depending on the outcome, the Government’s security organisation may be reflected in future policy content.
  • Information Security Organisation Directive v1.0, effective: 08/05/2003
    The Directive deal with the organisation of security structures within Government. These structures are being discussed and revised. Depending on the outcome, the Government’s security organisation may be reflected in future policy content.
  • Web Filtering Policy v2.0, effective: 01/10/2003
    Superseded by the new Internet Policy.
  • Web Filtering Directive v2.0, effective: 01/10/2003
    Superseded by the new Internet Policy.
  • Internet Domain Name Policy v2.0, effective: 01/06/2010
    Superseded by the new Internet Policy.
  • Internet Domain Name Directive v2.0, effective: 01/06/2010
    Superseded by the new Internet Policy.
  • Internet Domain Name Procedure v1.0, effective: 01/06/2010
    Superseded by the new Internet Policy.
  • Internet Service for the Government of Malta – User Guide, effective: 01/07/2002
    Out of date and are therefore being removed.
  • Guidelines Related to Electronic Communication and Use of Secure Email v2.0, effective: 01/04/2004
    Out of date and are therefore being removed.
  • Business Continuity Framework
    This Framework shall therefore no longer form part of the GMICT Policy suite.
  • Business Continuity Plan Template
    Templates relate to the implementation of business continuity shall therefore no longer form part of the GMICT Policy suite.
  • Disaster Recovery Procedure Template
    Templates relate to disaster recovery within MITA shall therefore no longer form part of the GMICT Policy suite.
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