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Kuwait MoF announces e-services at GITEX

Kuwait Ministry of Finance makes show debut

Kuwait MoF announces e-services at GITEX
Kuwait Ministry of Finance has a strong presence at this year’s GITEX.

The Kuwait Ministry of Finance (MoF) is participating as an exhibitor in GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK for the first time this year.

Previously the MOF has attended the event as a visitor and used it as an opportunity to see the latest technology in the region.

Barrak A Al Sheetan, Assistant Under-secretary, General Accounting Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Kuwait says: “The special thing about this year is not only that we are exhibiting, but that we are announcing our technology projects, including the government payment gateway, the electronic stamp and eCollection.”

MOF is one of the components of the administrative body of the state, charged with the administration of public finance affairs in Kuwait. It supervises the public treasury, state domains, fields of international economic co-operation, monetary investment and compensatory transaction projects.

Additionally, it provides integrated financial systems services, storage and public procurement systems and other automated development systems for all financial sectors of the state.

“In continuance of the Ministry of Finance’s participation in GITEX, ... our participation this year reflects our new vision that sees the ministry having a strong presence and a display location at this prestigious exhibition that will enable us to exhibit the projects of the Ministry of Finance in the area of electronic services.”

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