TRA UAE activates e-participation through

Initiative in line with the concept of ‘Government with you’

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TRA UAE activates e-participation through H.E. Eng. Majed Sultan AL Mesmar, acting TRA Director General.
By  Staff Writer Published  July 14, 2017

TRA UAE has launched, in coordination with the federal government entities, a plan to activate the e-participation portal 

The portal currently includes e-consultations launched by government entities to communicate with the public in order to develop the services and policies, which would reflect on the customer happiness and achieve the higher objectives of the government.

H.E. Eng. Majed Sultan AL Mesmar, acting TRA Director General, said: "The subject of e-participation is not new to the UAE, as the concerned people have always opened the doors, listened to the public and worked to solve their problems. In the internet era, the UAE leadership has been proactive in opening to the people through social media channels to involve them in improving policies, strategies, and services.

"H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai was the first to open this door on regional level by asking the public's views on government strategies and encouraging them to present ideas for development in the fields of education, health, and others. "

This effort is part of the work of the executive team of the e- services indicator, which is one of the national agenda indicators for the UAE vision 2021. The e-participation is considered a sub-indicator of the main e-services indicator according to the UN survey for e-governments development.

The e-participation is based on three main components: providing the information electronically, launching public consultations, and decision-making based on the results of these consultations.

In addition to the consultations, the e-participation portal includes several channels of communication with the public, such as the governmental blog, the e-discussion forum, links to government accounts on social media channels, a page for creative ideas, polls, and a link for feedback and suggestions.

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