Rom Hiranpruk | Board Member
Office of Electronic Transaction Commission

Rom Hiranpruk, Board Member, Office of Electronic Transaction Commission

Dr. Rom taught graduate and undergraduate classes in computer science in the U.S. during 1980’s and in Thailand during 1990’s. He served on advisory panels on IT and computing for government and private sector organizations. Since 1990 he was on the computer science and IT curriculum committees for many universities. 

In December 1999, he was named “IT Person of the Year” by the Nation newspaper for his work in software industry promotion as the founding director of Software Park Thailand. Since then, his work includes formation of regional science parks for the National Science and Technology Development Agency, founding member of the local Software Process Improvement Network, founding chairman of the Thai chapter of International Association of Software Architects, Advisor to the Association of Thai ICT Industry, President of Thailand Info Security Assn. 

In 2007, he was selected to be the first Director of the Office of Knowledge Management and Development under the Office of the Prime Minister. For 7 months from June 2010, he advised the Minister of MICT on National Broadband Policy, Cyber Security, and formations of new E-government and Electronic Transaction agencies. In 2011, he was selected as a candidate to be in the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission and was a member on NBTC's Broadcasting Master Plan drafting committee. 

In 2012, he was chosen to be a member in the Payment Systems Committee of the Bank of Thailand. In 2013, he was elected the Vice President of Thailand IT Architects Association. In 2014, he was selected as a Board member of the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Research and Development Fund for the Public Interest. In 2017 he was selected to be a member of the National Electronic Transaction Committee


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