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Bahrain GCC e-Government Conference Inaugurated
Manama, Nov. 25 (BNA): On behalf of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa , Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Information and Communication Technology (SCICT) H.H. Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak AlKhalifa inaugurated the 4th GCC eGovernment Award, Conference and Exhibition 2015.
Global Oman to Invest OMR 450 mln in Telecom over 10 years
Oman will be spending OMR 450 million over the next ten years to improve telecommunication services in all governorates, the Times of Oman reported. The CEO of the Information Technology Authority (ITA), Salim Sultan Al Ruzaiqi, said at the seventh three-day FTTH (fibre-to-the-home) Council Mena Conference, that Oman's digital strategy focuses on the development of social information, e-government, economy and infrastructure as well as the continuity of the developments. He said that according t ...
Saudi Arabia M-Government in Saudi Arabia: Connected and Innovative
Saudi society is the most digitally connected in the world. It has the highest use of Twitter per capita, and shares the number two spot with Hong Kong for the highest number of mobile phones per person. Saudi Arabia’s dynamic virtual sphere, comprising the Internet, social media, and mobile devices, makes it an ideal environment for innovative electronic and mobile-based government services.
Egypt Telecom Egypt to Get 4G Licence in 2016
The long wait for the activation of Telecom Egypt's unified service licence looks set to drag on, with Reuters reporting it will not be issued until next year.
United Arab Emirates DEWA Stops Paper Invoices and Fully Adopts Green Bill System
Dubai Electricity & Water Authority ( DEWA ) has stopped sending paper bills to its customers. It has been sending Green Bills to all customers since the second quarter of 2015. In 2009, DEWA started its smart transformation. It achieved a 100% smart transformation, less than a year after the Smart Dubai initiative was announced.
Global Oman Plans to Invest OMR450m to Modernise Telecom Services
Muscat: Oman will be spending OMR450 million over the next 10 years to improve telecommunication services in all governorates as it believes economic progress is linked with technological development, according to officials.
Bahrain Bahrain Among top 25 eGovernment Leaders Worldwide
Bahrain has been ranked among the top 25 eGovernment leaders in the world, according to the UN eGovernment Survey 2014.
Global ITA Boost Cooperation with UN in eGovernment Field
In line with the Information Technology Authority ( ITA ) efforts in eTransformation, a delegation from ITA headed by Dr. Salim Sultan Al Ruzaiqi, CEO of ITA , visited USA last week to benefit from their best practices in eGovernment field. The visit also aimed at discussing ways of cooperation between the Sultanate and the United Nations (UN) represented by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs and the Statistics Division of the Organization and the World Bank.
Bahrain Consultative Meeting with Experts on Preparatory Process for the 2016 UN eGovernment Survey
As part of the 2nd study tour of the UN delegation which represented 21 States, organized and funded by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) in an aim to maximizing benefits from Bahrain’s experience in areas covering eGovernment and Public Service, the eGovernment Authority organized a consultative meeting on the United Nations report for eGovernment 2016, which focuses on sustainable development and was presented by Regional Advisor on eGovernment at UNDESA, Mr ...
Qatar UN Survey: Hukoomi Ranked 27
Qatar has been recognized for advancements in e-government with the recent release of the United Nations (UN) e-Government Survey, rising to number 27 in the rankings, a significant improvement from its previous ranking of 90 in 2010. The Survey also placed Qatar at number nine in the e-Participation index for 2012.
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