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CONTACT US
(6082) 444 111
Director of Lands and Surveys,
6th Floor, Menara Pelita,
Jalan Tun Abdul Rahman Yaakub,  93050 Kuching Malaysia.
Fax: (6082) 441 714 | Email: landsurvey[at]sarawak[dot]gov[dot]my
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Last Update: 14 Dec 2017
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Introduction

Information System Branch (ISB) is one of the supporting branches in the organization responsible for ICT initiatives and its implementation. ISB is tasked with responsibilities to ensure all ICT projects and activities are managed accordingly.

Client Charter  
  • Hardware and Software Fault Report
    To attend to all fault report within one working day.
  • System Uptime
    To achieve 95% system uptime during working hours.
  • Digital Registration of Land Instruments
    Posting Errors (PE) will be rectified within one working days.
  • LASIS Data Backup
    To perform daily data backup successfully.

Function

(Organization Structure)



  • Strategic planning for ICT development in the Department and formulating of ICT and Security policies and procedures.
  • To plan and manage the implementation of ICT projects in the Department in accordance with the terms and conditions as stipulated in the project agreement.
  • To provide application support and services to users of Land and Survey Information System (LASIS).
  • To maintain daily operation of Land and Survey Information System (LASIS).
  • To manage the yearly ICT Budget for approval by Sarawak Information Technology and Resources Council (SITRC).



Overview of Land and Survey Information System (LASIS)
The development of the Land And Survey Information System (LASIS) was initiated in 1984 when the Chief Minister of Sarawak, YAB Datuk Patinggi Taib Mahmud, assigned YB Datuk Dr. George Chan, as the Chairman of the State Computerization Committee to look into computerization in the Land and Survey Department. 

LASIS was officially launched for use in the Land and Survey Department Headquarters and its 11 divisional offices state wide on the 6 April 2010 in Mukah by Yang Amat Berhormat Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud, Chief Minister of Sarawak.

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Enhancing Service Delivery through LASIS
Land and Survey Information System (LASIS) is an integrated land information system incorporated with GIS capabilities. LASIS is developed towards achieving IT Vision of “One Department One System”.  The system was implemented in two (2) phases. 

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LASIS Web & Mobile-Based Application (eLASIS & mLASIS)
The Department has taken on another new challenge by leveraging on the internet technology to transform its service delivery to a new level. Five pioneer on-line services, under code name eLASIS, that have been identified ...

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Communication, Leadership and Quality
Utilize communication and Leadership to facilitate quality improvement in e-government public service delivery to internal and external stakeholders. Usage of Information and Communication technology in modern society places considerable pressure on government agencies to varying degree of impact.

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