GCC Secretary General: GCC countries accomplished a great deal of … – WAM

WAM Manama,31st March 2013 (WAM) – The Kingdom of Bahrain hosted today the second meeting of the GCC e-government ministerial committee comprising the ministers in charge of e-government in the GCC countries.

The GCC Secretary-General, Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al-Zayani, in his inaugural speech at the meeting, stated that e-transactions have become one of the contributories in communities development and an essential pillar thereof which has a great impact on socio-economic, cultural and political arenas.

The GCC countries took initiatives earlier on and accomplished great strides and made a series of substantial accomplishments in e-government transactions applications intended to increase productivity, improve performance and make transactions much more easier for citizens and alleviate the onus of routine jobs, provide the necessary correct, accurate data in due course of time meanwhile and verify the identity of users, without allowing anybody to have access to or jeopardize anyone else’s private data.

Bahrain News Agency (BNA) said the agenda of the meeting include a number of topics pertaining to e-government applications in order to enlighten officials in charge of e-government projects, activate integration amongst GCC-member States and reflect positively on GCC communities in order to become a consolidated, integrated and well-linked unit.


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