Dubai eGov highlights its progress

Dubai eGovernment is exhibiting at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK in order to highlight its new products and services.

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Dubai eGov highlights its progress Dubai eGovernment will reach out to show visitors at GITEX
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  September 12, 2011

Dubai eGovernment is exhibiting at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK in order to highlight its new products and services. Its presentations will highlight service packages in the key areas of core and channel enabling services; government resource planning services; collaboration, connectivity & infrastructure enabling services; and policy, advisory and knowledge services.

In addition to the above, Dubai eGovernment will publicise new mobile applications for businesses and individuals. Dubai eGovernment became a fully fledged department, located at the Ruler’s Court, in March 2009. It works in collaboration with all government departments, which collectively now offer more than 2000 e-services through one portal, Dubai.ae.

A statement from Dubai eGovernment says: “GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK gives us an opportunity not just to meet with all our partners and suppliers, but most importantly, we get to meet our customers and determine their needs and aspirations, so that we can enhance efficiency and excellence across Dubai government.

“Dubai eGovernment looks forward to this year’s exhibition as it presents an opportunity to get acquainted with the latest IT experiences and solutions, and work closer with participating organisations and exchange expertise with them.

“We will also try to cater to the needs of our visitors at GITEX, with the goal of improving eServices in the emirate and enhancing the level of efficiency and excellence within local government departments in line with our common goal of speeding up the transformation of Dubai into an integrated digital community.”

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