Dubai eGov’s Summer Surprise

Dubai’s e-Government will participate in three major IT events at Dubai’s Summer Surprises 2004.

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By  Alicia Buller Published  June 7, 2004

Dubai’s e-Government will participate in three major IT events at Dubai’s Summer Surprises 2004. Dubai eGovernment has announced its participation in Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) 2004, held June 17 to August 27. Its events aim to highlight the eServices and IT skills of youngsters. Events include ‘Bayt Al Khebra’, which aims to provide the necessary resources for all government departments participating in DSS; eFamily, a programme targeting families living outside the UAE and eChamp, an IT competition for youngsters and eStar, a similar contest for adults. All the projects are being developed in an effort to bring maximum mileage to Dubai eGovernment, while at the same time indirectly highlighting the role it is playing in migrating most public services to electronic platforms. "Dubai eGovernment has entered an advanced stage of e-government, the highlight of which is full transactional functionality, complete with online payment and dynamic multiple channels of services," says Marwan Al Naqi, Head of Dubai eGovernment Committee for DSS. "As we are nearing this milestone, the need for increased awareness has never been greater. Through our participation in DSS, we will garner more interest from the public to try out the various eServices available at www.dubai.ae,” he adds.

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