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Dubai e-Government, Tejari sign MoU

Companies will work together to improve integration between government e-systems

Dubai e-Government, Tejari sign MoU
Ahmed Bin Humaidan, director general of Dubai e-Government says it is important to cultivate cooperation between government departments.

Dubai e-Government and Tejari have signed n agreement to enhance integration between the Government Resource Planning Systems provided by Dubai e-Government and the e-Procurement programme provided by Tejari.

The two companies will now jointly organise technical workshops, which will discuss integration and development and the workshops will be attended by representatives from different government departments.

"It is important that we cultivate cooperation as we continue to integrate Government Resources Planning System, expanding the scope of application and integrating procedures at various government departments. This will enable the government to enhance the speed, efficiency, effectiveness and ease in doing government transactions, which are optimised to meet customer needs and help accelerate the digital transformation of Dubai," said Ahmed Bin Humaidan, director general of Dubai e-Government.

Bin Humaidan said that the partnership with Tejari was an important step towards strengthening integration and collaboration between government departments and its suppliers. He added that the partnership seeks to enhance electronic services according to the highest standards of efficiency, safety and reliability, in line with the Dubai e-Government's customer first strategy.

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