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The development of education portal eduNET was discussed by the ICT Governance Committee (ICTGC) during its 33rd meeting. The gathering was chaired by Information & eGovernment Authority (iGA) Chief Executive Mohammed Ali Al Qaed.

There, they discuss latest developments, including the operational budgets of different government entities and the enhancement of online education programs for schools and universities.

The meeting included a presentation on eduNET, showcasing joint efforts by the Ministry of Education (MOE) to implement the digital transformation in the education sector and efforts exerted in developing the portal and hosting it via the cloud-computing platform.

The latest eServices offered via the eduNET portal were covered in the discussions, including interactive and other technical features aimed at fully integrating the portal with the system’s users, including students, their parents, teachers, the management teams of educational institutions, and the Ministry of Education’s (MOE) various departments.

The committee praised the MOE’s prominent role in enhancing the education portal eduNet. Options were discussed to improve educational services, including a recommendation by the committee to look into solutions currently available in the market for inclusion in the portal, such as Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams.

The committee also reviewed procurement requests worth more than BD1.5 million by different government entities.

Most notable of among these was a proposal to develop government systems and applications for the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism’s Sijilat commercial registration system and the renewal of programme licenses plus deployment of communication services for several other government entities.

The committee utilised the Microsoft Teams application to enable remote attendance for some of the committee members, including HH Shaikh Salman bin Mohammed Al Khalifa and Maha Mufeez to ease the conduction of meetings remotely


Quelle/Source: News of Bahrain, 23.03.2020

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