Dubai e-Government revamps its portal
Dubai e-Government will revamped its portal which now has a significantly user-friendly look. The new portal offers extensive packages and channels that enable users to access the various e-Services being offered with ease.
In addition, Dubai e-Government also launched e-Jawaz, the Single Sign On facility that provides users online access to all government services through a single, unified and personalized method. e-Jawaz will facilitate users of the e-Services provided by the various government departments, to login to the e-Government portal, get validated and authenticated by the various government departments as registered and recognized users.
The launch of the revamped portal and e-Jawaz was made at a press conference held in Dubai yesterday along the sidelines of the Dubai e-Government participation in GITEX 2002. Dubai.ae hosts a wide range of services offered by the government departments targeting various segments of the community including the business sector, individuals and the private sector.
The revamped website offers users several interactive services that include both service packages and channels. The key services available on the portal range from issuing and renewing of trade licenses, certificates of origin and trademarks to the membership to the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI). Individuals can also access the newly refurbished portal to settle bills and payments with different government departments, renew visas and ownership deeds and health cards.
dubai.ae will also offer several private sector services like hotel reservations, car rentals, leasing of houses and e-banking. The portal is a one-stop point of comprehensive general information regarding the Emirate of Dubai and also includes a useful interactive map.
Dubai e-Government is a pioneering initiative in the region to provide online services across the spectrum of corporate and community life in the emirate. It also has a vision to integrate individually automated government departments under the single umbrella of the e-government initiative, thus empowering employees across lines of businesses and levels of government, besides facilitating the lives of citizens and customers of the government. — (menareport.com)
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