Structure and Functions
The moda’s main functions encompass coordinating and advancing Taiwan’s digital development in the areas of industry, including communications, cyber security, information, internet, and media; governance and infrastructure; and economic and national transformation.
- The moda’s organizational structure consists of six departments with structures and functions as follows:
- （1）Department of Digital Strategy: promote national digital development policies, coordinate policy plans and resources.
- （2）Department of Communications and Cyber Resilience: strengthen Taiwan’s communication network resilience, maintain digital application access.
- （3）Department of Resource Management: manage digital communication resources in advance, ensure resource allocation meets public interests.
- （4）Department of Digital Service: deepen digital application, enhance governance performance.
- （5）Department of Democracy Network: participate in international democracy networks, increase Taiwan’s international engagement.
- （6）Department of Plural Innovation: develop data use, create an innovative data application ecosystem.
- The moda has six supplementary units:
- （2）Department of Personnel
- （3）Department of Civil Service Ethics
- （4）Department of Budget, Accounting and Statistics
- （5）Department of Information Management
- （6）Department of Legal Affairs
- The moda’s subsidiary organizations and their functions are as follows:
- （1）Administration for Digital Industries: plan and implement policies facilitating digital economy-related industry development and digital technology applications.
- （2）Administration for Cyber Security: plan national cyber security policies; review, approve, supervise, and evaluate plans; conduct national cyber security defense, drills, and audits; and communications infrastructure defense.