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Alaq calls on the ministries of state to cooperate with the private sector to achieve the e-government project

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Alaq calls on the ministries of state to cooperate with the private sector to achieve the e-government project

Post  RamblerNash on Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:24 pm

Alaq calls on the ministries of state to cooperate with the private sector to achieve the e-government project



Mehdi Alalak

12/07/2018

Economy News Baghdad:

The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Mahdi Alaq, called on the ministries of state to cooperate with the private sector to achieve the e-government project.

Al-Alak said in his speech to the workshop "e-government" and attended by "economy News", "The subject of e-government has been particularly important after the fall of the former regime, and formed a committee extended its work for 10 years," noting that "in 2016 decided to reshape this committee And since then we have held a series of meetings and formed a technical committee to follow up on all the details . "

He added that "there are a number of challenges facing the first e-government infrastructure project, the country has been very disconnected from the communication with the international community and modern technologies, and the state can not put traditional to cope with the need for e-government."

He added that "the second challenge is human resources and is linked to the situation we have experienced and our lack of communication with the outside world , in addition to the legislative environment that provides suitable conditions for the launch of this large project . "

"We need to take advantage of the tremendous technological and technical development that has taken place over the past two decades, " he said . "The efforts of all ministries should be coordinated and coordinated with the private sector so that the e-government project can be achieved by a record period . "

He pointed out that "the development of infrastructure is a positive development compared to the period in which we worked, the Ministry of Communications adopts the extension of optical cable to all ministries of the State and we have made progress in it . "

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