Dubai will see the deployment of 70 smart visa centres, Amer, by the end of 2018, which will provide job opportunities to more than 1,000 people.
MBRSG’s Executive President H.E. Dr Ali Sebaa Al Marri told Tahawul Tech that if the UAE wishes to create the government of the future and pursue the drive for smart technology throughout the emirates, establishing public-private partnerships is crucial.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has announced its participation in the “A Day without Service Centres” initiative, which will see the Chamber only accept payments through smart channels on 26th October 2017.
‘E-link’ has been launched to enhance financial planning and cash forecasts, support federal budget automation, contribute to financial sustainability in ministries and federal agencies, and ensure the efficient allocation of financial resources and optimal use of modern technologies.
The Abu Dhabi Systems and Information Centre (ADSIC) has recently organised a workshop on the ‘Digital Government Architecture Governance’ initiative with the participation of 30 Abu Dhabi-based government entities.
As cities and populations grow, added strain is placed on infrastructure, while opportunities for criminals are also more abundant. This is why governments are narrowing their focus on public safety and security, and setting aside more funds to help keep citizens safe.
The Dubai Smart Government Department (DSG) has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Establishment (MRHE),
Dubai Police and Avaya have joined forces to launch Dubai Police smart services on Avaya’s SmartConnect solutions at GITEX Technology Week 2014.