Dubai e-Government unveils plans to add advanced offerings in 2003
Dubai e-Government recently rolled out a plan that will see the region's most dynamic e-initiative launching the advanced phases of projects that began in 2002, as well as unveiling a series of services, including new channels, to diversify the range of its offering.
The plans for 2003 were discussed in the presence of department heads and senior members of 20 government organizations, who met at the Dubai e-Government offices to reaffirm their continued co-operation in the coming year in the light of the successes and achievements of 2002.
The high level meeting focused on leveraging the individual strengths of the various departments in order to devise professional and cost effective integrated strategies that could be implemented across the various departments. The meeting discussed ways in which they could best share their expertise and benchmark best practices, in order to offer new and innovative services to the citizens.
Dubai e-Government is an 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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