Dubai e-Government reviews new content management system
The content advisory board of Dubai e-Government reviewed the progress of the new content management system of its flagship portal and discussed ways of standardizing content in order to make it more customer-centric and user-friendly at a meeting held at the Dubai Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) offices recently.
The meeting, chaired by Ayesha Bin Beshr, website developer at DTCM, focused on devising ways to publish integrated content on the portal in a cost-effective manner and was attended by 24 representatives of 24 government departments.
The content advisory board of Dubai e-Government has been in constant touch with the various Government departments by organizing training sessions and workshops to provide them with the expertise to upload content in a standard manner. This in turn ensures that users can expect uniform standards of service and efficiency across all government department websites.
The e-Government portal integrates with the various departments through the highly complex Government Information Network (GIN), which provides network connectivity, inter-departmental connectivity as well as Internet access to and from the department. GIN allows government departments to access the e-Government server and utilize the content management software to publish their content.
Dubai e-Government is a new 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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