The E-Government project is in line with global trends
17/7/2018 12:00 am
[rtl] BAGHDAD / Al-Sabah -
Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alaq said that the e-government is a national project for reforming managerial qualifications, leaving paperwork, reducing time and effort and keeping pace with international trends.
This came during the e-government workshop to activate the work between decision-makers in government institutions and the Higher Committee on the project, which was held in cooperation with the Central Bank of Iraq.
Al-Aalak said in his speech, according to a statement of the Secretariat General, that "the e-government is a national project for reforming managerial qualifications, to leave paperwork, to shorten the time and effort, and to keep pace with the global trends." He stressed "the government's intention to implement the project through its decisions "The challenges facing the work of the committee are based on three axes: infrastructure, training of human resources and legislation," he said. "The committee has reached a good stage to overcome these challenges," he said. During the completion of the Ministry of Communication Machines and the termination of the optical cable delivery to link all government institutions, among the fundamentals of the implementation of the project ».
For his part, the representative of the Japanese Embassy, said that «the implementation of e-government in Iraq is a key to the success and development of institutional reform and achieve sustainable development to overcome the administrative complexities that will contribute to attract investment to the country».
While the representative of the World Bank, "the need for Iraq to open up to the world and achieve economic growth and activate e-commerce through the implementation of e-government projects."[/rtl]
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