The Kingdom of Bahrain has achieved an advanced rank in the UN eGovernment
Survey 2014 on the eGovernment
readiness and quality of eServices, were it was rated at the forefront of five geographic regions achieving rank number 18 worldwide and 1[sup.
Muscat: The ambitious eGovernment
Transformation Plan was formally launched at a symposium organised here yesterday under the auspices of the Information Technology Authority (ITA) in the presence of Sheikh Fadl bin Mohammed bin Ahmed Al Harthy, secretary-general of the Council of Ministers and a host of dignitaries.
Manama, March 13 (BNA) -- Minister of Transport Kamal bin Ahmed Mohammed chaired today the Kingdom's delegation at the GCC Ministerial Committee for eGovernment
in Riyadh in the presence of the General Secretary to the Gulf Cooperation Council Dr.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- UAE Government is participating in the 9th GCC eGovernment
Committee commencing tomorrow at the headquarters of the Secretariat General of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) in Riyadh.
ICDL GCC Foundation, the governing body and the certification authority of the International Computer Driving License program in the Gulf States, has commented on the 2010 UN eGovernment
Readiness Survey, which showed that GCC countries has maintained leadership in eGovernment
readiness among Arab peers.
MANAMA: Bahrain is taking part in the first GCC eGovernment
Conference that will take place in Oman from December 21 to 23.
Winners of the inaugural Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) eGovernment
Awards will be announced at a ceremony on December 23 held as part of the first regional eGovernment
Conference, which will be hosted by Oman.
has moved to its new headquarters at the HH Ruler's Court in line with department's greater role in establishing Dubai as a leading economic hub.
Summary: Dubai eGovernment
has announced that it recently participated in the 6th High Level Seminar on Partnerships and Frameworks for Collaboration on eGovernment
held in Tunisia.
A wide range of local officials spent a weekend exploring the future of technology and its impact on local government at the recent eGovernment
org -- To understand how Web standards can make interactions between governments and citizens more efficient, accountable, and secure, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is holding a European Symposium on eGovernment
on 1-2 February 2007 in Gijon, Asturias, Spain.
The chiefs of eGovernment
bodies in the GCC will hold a special session to discuss and share the best practices and experiences at an upcoming eGovernment
forum in Bahrain .