Dubai Courts joins MyID service
MyID to provide single sign-on for Dubai Court's e-services
The Dubai Courts has joined Dubai government's MyID service, to enable single sign-on for users of its online services.
Dubai Courts customers can now register electronically with the service and obtain a single sign-on (username and password) for Dubai Smart Government's MyID, and then be able to access a large array of notary public services, and register and track cases electronically.
MyID works in collaboration with the Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) to provide a single sign-on for government online services. Around 40,000 users have registered for the service so far.
HE Ahmad Bin Humaidan, Director General of DSG, said: "DSG strives to provide the infrastructures and shared services to enable government entities to give the public smooth access to their services round the clock wherever they are, thereby contributing effectively to full transformation into smart government and to Dubai becoming the smartest city in the world in implementation of the initiative of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to shift to smart government and also the directives of HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, to provide a single PIN to each customer in line with his ‘Dubai Government Towards 2021' initiative."
Bin Humaidan added: "Due to the overwhelming response from the public and the many calls that we received to inquire about the service and the best way to benefit from it, we responded to their requests and are constantly seeking to add new government entities that are considerably associated with the transactions of the public and are of concern to customers. To ensure easy and seamless registration, we have provided 24 electronic kiosks all over Dubai including the customer halls in government entities, DEWA main centre and six affiliated service centres, DED main centre and eight affiliated service centres, Dubai Mall and many other areas. These entities are fully co-operating with us for supporting the transformation into smart government in Dubai and bolstering public-private partnership in a move to promote the use of government services offered to the public based on the great response received from the public."
Eleven government entities are currently using MyID, including DED, DEWA, RTA, DM, GDRFA, DPP, DHA, MRHE, DSG, Dubai Police and Dubai Courts.