6th Abu Dhabi E-Government Forum concludes

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6th Abu Dhabi E-Government Forum concludes

6th Abu Dhabi E-Government Forum concludes

(Abu Dhabi) – Abu Dhabi Systems and Information Centre (ADSIC), the pioneering Government entity responsible for the UAE capital’s ICT agenda and transformation efforts, has revealed the Centre’s new and improved e-Government strategy for 2015 and beyond, during its hosting of the 6th edition of the Abu Dhabi e-Government Forum, under the theme ‘Towards a Digital Abu Dhabi’, which took place at the St. Regis Hotel, Corniche.
The Forum and its outcomes represents years of steadfast work, efforts and commitment to achieve distinction through a series of pioneering initiatives that have been design to support and boost ICT modernisation across Abu Dhabi. It was also an ideal platform to showcase the latest milestones achieved by ADSIC’s strategic partners, who include Government entities and educational institutions, as the Forum is considered a dynamic knowledge-sharing platform that bring together ICT experts, both locally and internationally, to exchange insights and assist in transferring knowledge to the UAE’s capital.
The new and improved e-Government strategy which has been mapped out by clear and scalable objectives, mechanisms and KPI’s, aims to rapidly enable the digital transformation of Government services and shared ICT infrastructure through a road map that will be followed in the years to come in order to fully reach smart-government through a unified e-gateway, which will primarily focus on the various aspects of word-class m-Government services. The road map has also been designed to accelerate the speed and capacity in which additional Government services can be absorbed. It also outlines how the partner Government entities will play a visible role in adopting and applying the new strategy, especially in the realm of m-services.
(Courtesy WAM)