Joined the minister was,
- YBhg. Dato' Ir. Hj. Mohd Azman Haji Shahidin - TPM CEO
- YBhg. Datuk Seri Dr. Mohd Azhar Hj. Yahaya - MESTECC Secretary-General
- Nik Mustapha Fathil bin Nik Mahmud - MIT Technologies Founder
- Ahmed Tahoun - MIT Technologies - Co-Founder & CEO
- TPM upper management team and members of YB MESTECC office
- 1973 – The Ministry of Technology, Research and Local Government.
- 1976 – In 1976, in line with its new functions and responsibilities related to environmental issues, the Ministry’s name was changed to the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (MOSTE).
- 2004 – The Cabinet on March 27, 2004 has agreed to the restructuring of MOSTE and the Ministry’s name was changed to Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) in order to spearhead the development of National ICT, Multimedia and Innovation.
- 2007 – In 2007, the functions of Science and Technology were broken up according to the clusters of Biotechnology, ICT, Industrial, Sea to Space and Core Cluster of Science & Technology.
- 2016 – On October 3, 2016, MOSTI has been restructured to give more focus on promoting R&D and commercialization programs.
- 2018 – After the general election to 14 (PRU-14), the entire component of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Green Technology and Energy Components from the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA) and related components of Climate Change and Environment from the Ministry of Natural resources and Environment (NRE) has been restructured and formed the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment & Climate Change (MESTECC).
Since its establishment in 1996, Technology Park Malaysia Corporation Sdn Bhd (TPM) has continued to manifest in its underlying motto "Your Success Begins Here" that has reached the length, depth and breadth of the technopreneurial community.
More than 3,000 technology-driven companies have benefited from TPM - both local and multi-national within various clusters of the industry. ICT cluster has recorded the highest tenancy within TPM followed by Engineering and Biotech, Telecommunication and Content, and Support Services.
Focused on the objective of creating this conducive environment for innovation, TPM will transform itself with a five-prong strategy which involves the maximizing of its land assets, enhancing its commercialization and support services, increasing the efficacy of its advanced infrastructure and networking capabilities, elevating its 4th generation technology incubation programmes and developing start-up friendly policies to generate a proliferation of technology-based quality start-up companies with global potential.