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Digital Oman Strategy reviewed at State Council

Digital Oman Strategy reviewed at State Council

Muscat – 

The State Council on Monday hosted CEO and officials from Information Technology Authority (ITA) in the presence of its chairman, H E Dr Yahya bin Mahfoudh al Mantheri, the two vice chairpersons, numerous members and Dr Khalid bin Salem al Saidi, secretary basic of the State Council.

Dr Saidi welcomed Dr Salim bin Sultan al Ruzaiqi, CEO of ITA to make a visual presentation on the perform of ITA, its solutions and how these solutions are utilised to serve public interest, stated a press release.

Dr Saidi stressed the expanding significance of ICT as 1 of the engines of improvement in today’s planet, and its outstanding influence on national progress, advertising improvement paths, primarily based on capacity improvement of citizens and building government solutions.

Dr Ruzaiqi reviewed the vision of the Digital Oman Strategy and eGovernment which is transforming the sultanate into a sustainable information society by activating details and communication technologies with a view to strengthen government solutions and enrich the enterprise sector.

He noted that the simple fundamentals of the method consist of digital neighborhood improvement, intelligent government, e-solutions, improvement of the ICT market, cybersecurity, self-confidence-developing, policies and requirements, as nicely as the concentrate of awareness and details. Advanced infrastructure consists of the electronic payment gateway, the National eCertification Centre and the cloud government, the National Data Centre, the unified government network and the central integration platform.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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