Aimé-Martial Massamba

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Infrastructure Adviser

National Agency for Infrastructure and Digital Frequencies (ANINF)

Aimé Martial Massamba started his career in 1995 as a development engineer at the General Directorate of Information Technology of the Ministry of Finance. There he served as Deputy Project Manager responsible for the development of state-of-the-art microcomputer applications (Computerization of Baccalaureate exams, Management of Equipment for Military Health Services, Management of Decorations, File of Social Aid, Management of the Regulations Law etc.), to the CANADI Project (National Identity Card) within the National Police Force. Passionate about software development, he was in charge of event programming at the Institut Supérieur de Technologie in Libreville from 2001 to 2005. He was then assigned to the General Directorate of Scholarships and Internships to rewrite the Scholarship Management system of the State until his return to the National Agency for Infrastructure and Digital Frequencies (ANINF) in 2012. Subsequently, he was promoted to manage the tech team supporting the contracting authority in the implementation of the IBOGA Project and of the National Certification Authority of Gabon. Prior to being appointed to his current role in February 2023, he served Deputy Director of the IBOGA Project at the Ministry of the Interior and Head of PKI Department at ANINF for 7 years and as Advisor in charge of IT and National ID Card issues from 2020 to 2023.