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 Lebanese e-Government portal: DAWLATI
Country: Lebanon
Category: Thematic Website
Focus: Electronic and Mobile Government, ICT for MDGs, Knowledge Management in Government, Citizen Engagement
Description:

DAWLATI (in Arabic means &ldquo My State&rdquo ) provides Lebanese Citizens with the following services: Information about more than 4500 administrative transactions in the Lebanese administration in a simple, accurate and constantly d method, Having electronic forms for download and electronic filling and printing, online registration with personalized space and storage of personal documents, and electronic services to be announced periodically with different administrations.

Website: www.dawlati.gov.lb
Mobile applications: DAWLATI mobile applications (ANDROID 4+ / APPLE 6+ /BLACKBERRY)

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 e-Invest: An e-Gov Application to Facilitate Investment
Country: Morocco
Description:

Focus:

Investment Facilitation and Public Administration Modernization

Status:

In use

License:

Public

Product Type:

Web based application

Target Users:

Investors and Ministry personnel

Developer Name:

Ministry of Interior of Morocco and USAID Morocco

Product Url:

http://www.einvest.ma/

System Requirements:

Internet access

Description:

e-invest is a web-based application built to improve collaboration between national and local authorities, strengthening the capacity of the administration to offer a one-stop-shop service for investors. For the investor, the system translates into  :

Fewer trips and less paperwork  :  the investor needs to provide identification only once to the administration and may send documentary evidence on his project electronically to the regional authorities,

A secured web access  that allows the investor to follow the processing of his/her projects online and related procedures, providing visibility on handling times.

For the administration, e-invest provides  :

Instant access  to all elements of investment projects (forms and documentary evidence) necessary for the thorough evaluation of their economic, spatial, ecologic and social impact by national and regional authorities. The system aims at replacing the paper trail and avoiding bottlenecks. By enabling concurrent processing of investment related procedures, delays are cut significantly.

The means for enhanced coordination:  a module helps coordinating state authorities’ technical investigations and organizing committee meetings.

Statistics:  data on handling times allows for monitoring and benchmarking procedures handling within and between regions. Furthermore, e-invest provides the decision maker with key and real time data on national and regional economic activity.

 


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 ARADO - Contact Database
Description: Contents only available in Arabic

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 ARADO - Law Database
Description: Contents only available in Arabic

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 ESCWA - Public Administration Network
Description: ESCWA now is a recognized UNPAN regional node in the Arab Countries. The mission of UNPAN is to promote the sharing of knowledge, experiences and best practices throughout the world in sound public policies, effective public administration and efficient civil services, through capacity-building and cooperation among the United Nations Member States, with emphasis on south-south cooperation and UNPAN's commitment to integrity and excellence.

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