Tanmia connects to UAE FEDnet
Employment authority integrates systems with UAE Federal Government Network
The National HR Development & Employment Authority (Tanmia) has become the latest government organization to connect to the UAE Federal Government Network (FEDnet).
The move is part of the drive to fully integrate and interconnect government entities in the UAE.
HE Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori, UAE TRA director general said: "Our wise leadership has set the features and objectives of the coming phase of smart transformation focusing on quality, use, connectivity and satisfaction. The UAE Federal Government Network (FEDnet) is considered an important national project in this area as it provides strategic support for the transformation process and lays the foundation for implementing the UAE mGovernment projects by connecting all Federal government related entities with each other using a common electronic network able to provide seamless, safe and durable IT services and connectivity between entities and thus pave the way for subsequent mGovernment initiatives based on connectivity and integration between federal institutions."
"Linking Tanmia with the UAE Federal Government network ecosystem reflects its important and vital role and its commitment and keenness to actively participate and engage in the mGovernment transformation efforts," he added.
Connecting to FEDnet will give Tanmia better interconnectivity with other government entities and is more efficient than connecting to other agencies individually. Tanmia will be able to integrate with other agencies' systems to obtain data that will help in performing labour market analysis on a continuous basis, and provide consultancy services to Emirati jobseekers and small investment companies.
"The UAE Federal Government Network project fulfils key objectives of mGovernment transformation roadmap most importantly supporting and facilitating information integration and full connectivity between federal entities, reducing the cost of IT infrastructure for the federal entities and providing a highly efficient, smooth and durable electronic services in accordance with common and unified standards of quality, efficiency and sustainability for all federal entities which will eventually improve reliability and enhance security standards along with other substantial benefits including supporting Emiratization efforts through training and qualifying national cadres capable enough to implement the plans of this vital project," explained Al Mansoori.
Engineer Ahmed Hussein Al Hammadi, Tanmia's Head of Information and Technology Department, stated that: "the completion of the e-linking project in cooperation and coordination with the General Authority for Regulating the Telecommunications Sector (TRA) reflects the immense efforts exerted by Tanmia to achieve the vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum which is heading toward a more advanced and smart level of UAE Federal electronic services. Fednet will contribute to this vision through providing many advantages and features that will elevate the communication level between the systems of ministries and authorities. Moreover, it will reduce dependence on main devices which in return will lead to saving the Federal Government's resources."