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United Arab Emirates GCC Governments Ramp Up e-Government Services
Governments across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are ramping up their e-government services in order to meet the demands of constituents, according to industry experts.
United Arab Emirates M-powering People
The Government's decision to inject Dh200 million into its Mobile Government Initiative and fast-track it will go a long way in enhancing the UAE’s position as an m-powered state.
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya E-Government: Libyan Plan towards Better Services
The Libyan government has undertaken the first stage of its e-government strategy which is described as an evaluation stage, during which they will evaluate their current e-government situation and systems.
Saudi Arabia YESSER Awarded ISO/IES20000 Certification
The e-Government (YESSER) garnered ISO/IES2000 certification following completion of IT operation development to conform to the best world practices within ITIL framework (a collection of best practices to manage information technology in order to improve and customize them to business needs). YESSER conducted testing and auditing of IT operations to ensure conformity to ISO requirements.
United Arab Emirates Better Reporting for a Better Future-A look into the UNGC and GRI Frameworks
To inculcate the significance of global practices in sustainability reporting amongst the businesses and organizations in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region, Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) in association with the UN Global Compact for GCC States (UNGC) and Arabia CSR Network (ACSRN) organized a successful seminar on Better Reporting for a Better Future-A look into the UNGC and GRI Frameworks focusing on Communication on Progress (COP) and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Framework to ...
Bahrain Interactive Search Engine provides new features on Bahrain.bh
The e-Government Authority has devoted more time to develop the Search Engine on the National Portal (Bahrain.bh), which was inaugurated by His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa, Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Information and Communication Technology, last April during the official opening of Bahrain International e-Government Forum.
Qatar Qatar: Call for e-Accessibility to Meet Needs of Disabled
People with disabilities in Qatar have called for major changes to the country’s National e-Accessibility Policy, which they claim should be compatible with their needs, specially when handling electronic government services. The call was made yesterday during an interactive session on e-accessibility for people with disabilities organised by the Supreme Council of Information and Communication Technology (ictQATAR) in collaboration with Mada (Qatar’s Assistive Technology Centre).
Bahrain e-Government Initiatives Highlighted in Bahrain
Governance in public service and e-Government initiatives and innovation were the focus of workshops conducted in Bahrain as part of the 2013 United Nations Public Service Forum Day and Awards events.
United Arab Emirates Federal Approach urged for UAE e-Services
Better coordination between portals could boost the UAE's e-government performance in global competitiveness rankings, experts said at Infocomm, the largest event in Asia.
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Police GHQ Website Wins Two E-government Shield Awards
The Abu Dhabi Police GHQ website won two awards as part of the e-government shield award competition, for the best websites, namely; the 'Technical Innovation Award' and the 'Best Strategic Website' in the Security and Military Institutions Category.
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