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  • Another bank joins Azerbaijan's E-government portal

    Azerbaijan's AFB Bank OJSC has started to issue e-references through the 'Electronic Government' portal (, the Information and Computing Center of the Azerbaijani Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies told Trend Oct. 24.

    One can use the service via "E-reference on citizens' personal data" section.

  • Azerbaijan introduces mobile version of E-government portal

    Information Computing Center under the Ministry of Communication and Technologies has introduced mobile version of E-government portal (

    According to Ministry, the mobile version was especially optimized for portative devices, which was designed for comfortableness for view and saving internet-traffic.

  • Azerbaijan to launch new e-government portal

    New e-government portal ( will be launched in Azerbaijan next month, Fariz Jafarov, Director of E-Government Development Center, told journalists, Trend reports.

    He said that it would be possible to use the services of ASAN Pay on the new website. Through the portal, citizens will have access to all the services of various structures and companies that connect to the system.

  • Bahamas State Minister for Finance promotes simplifying government business via E-Government Portal

    Simplifying government business through offering online payment services would enhance the ease of doing business in The Bahamas. By being competitive, being transparent, and being proficient, the Bahamas Government aims to attract investment by adding a modernized value to its global business outreach.

    "Our value proposition must be competitive globally in order to spur economic growth locally. By making our information available and accessible, by modernizing processes, and having rules and regulations that are fair and apply to all, our customers can improve their productivity," said the Hon. Michael Halkitis, State Minister for Finance, while speaking to the Rotary Club at Sunrise, March 14.

  • Facebook page of govn’t portal, undergoing trial, conveys press information to more Vietnamese audience

    The test run of the new Facebook page of the government portal aims at providing the existing press information, which is also available on the portal,, to a wider range of Vietnamese audience, said the head of the government's website.

    The information that the Vietnamese government has officially launched a Facebook page is not accurate, Vi Quang Dao, general director of the government's website, told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper.

  • Invest Easy online portal eases commercial processes in Oman

    More and more companies are starting to use the fast and easy e-services provided by the Invest Easy online portal (

    The new secure portal enables investors to complete their company registration process online in less than three minutes. In addition to starting a new company, the portal also enables existing businesses to manage their interactions with the government.

  • Joint e-govt portal for GCC launched

    The GCC states yesterday launched their first joint e-government portal that enables them to provide unified electronic services to citizens and expatriates and facilitate easier and faster exchange of information.

    Citizens and expatriates in the member countries can avail of various services at the portal, especially those related to customs, traffic department and transport , establishment of business and companies , participation in tenders, among others, a senior official has disclosed.

  • Local executive authorities join e-government portal in Azerbaijan

    Local executive authorities has joined e-government portal in Azerbaijan, ICT Minister Ali Abbasov told reporters, APA reports.

    Abbasov noted that at present, all executive authorities have joined e-government portal. In general, cases of portal access and utilize are increasing.

  • Single Digital Gateway Regulation adopted by Council: better online access to information and procedures across the EU

    On 27 September 2018 the Council adopted a regulation setting up a single digital gateway. The new gateway will provide access to online information and procedures, assistance and problem solving services to individuals and companies.

    The Council today adopted a regulation setting up a single digital gateway. This follows an agreement reached with the European Parliament in June. The new gateway will provide access to online information and procedures, assistance and problem solving services to individuals and companies.

  • Single portal of e-government in Azerbaijan to start operating by end of 2012

    The Ministry of Communications & IT of Azerbaijan integrates e-services of diverse ministries and departments into single portal system E-government.

    The chief consultant of the MCIT Information Society Development Department, Etibar Umudov, says that certain technical work and installation of the server and other equipment are under way with the purpose of the mutual integration of different platforms of the governmental agencies.

  • UAE government jobs still a big draw

    Government-run job portal sees 36% rise in applications

    A growing number of jobseekers are searching for vacancies in different government departments in the UAE given the perception that public sector employees receive better benefits and compensation compared to those in privately owned firms.

    According to the latest statistics released by Dubai eGovernment Department (DeG), the number of applications submitted to the government-run portal, eJob (, has recently jumped by 36 per cent.

  • '''' - ein Portal für Deutschland

    Das neue Deutschland-Portal im Internet steht vor der Realisierung

    Der Rechtsstreit um die Domain "" ist am 12. Februar 2002 für die Bundesregierung erfolgreich abgeschlossen worden. Die Frankfurter Firma Medianet GmbH, die den Domain-Namen belegt hatte, hat die Internetadresse "" an das Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung übertragen.
  • ''Hochleistungsportale für die öffentliche Verwaltung''

    Forschungsprojekt: Hochleistungsportale für die öffentliche Verwaltung - Einführende Gedanken.

    Seit der Veröffentlichung des FÖV-Forschungsberichtes 205 "Portale in der öffentlichen Verwaltung - Internet - Call Center - Bürgerbüro" im März 2000 hat in Deutschland eine intensive Diskussion über Sinn, Umsetzung und Zukunft von Verwaltungsportalen eingesetzt.
  • 11 Arab countries have already launched e-Government portals

    By end of September, 2009, 11 Arab countries had an electronic government portal, these are; Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mauritania, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia and the UAE. In a new report, the Arab Advisors Group profiled and analyzed the Arab e-Government portals and their varying degree of progress and sophistication.

    A new report "E-Government Initiatives in the Arab World 2009" was released to the Arab Advisors Group's Telecoms Strategic Research Service subscribers on November, 12, 2009.

  • AE: Abu Dhabi launches online platform to address social challenges

    Wyakom’s first phase will focus on community in Khalifa City suburb

    The Department of Community Development (DCD) in Abu Dhabi has launched Wyakom, an online platform that will empower members of the community to address pressing social challenges.

    The first phase of this pilot project, in partnership with Al Tawajud Al Baladi, a centre run by the Abu Dhabi City Municipality, will focus on the Khalifa City community. The platform will invite Khalifa City residents to identify solutions to specific social challenges according to set of criteria.

  • AE: Crown Prince opens official portal of Sharjah

    Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah HH Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi opened on Tuesday, the official web portal of the emirate of Sharjah.

    The portal developed by Sharjah's Department of Information and e-government, in cooperation with various government entities, provides comprehensive information on the emirate. It also provides a unified window though which transactions with different government departments could be made.

  • AE: Interview: Mahmood Bastaki, Dubai Trade CEO

    The Dubai Trade Portal is one of those modern day amenities that once you’ve experienced, you wonder just how you’ve survived without, or, in this case, conducted business without it.

    At the helm of this now super-successful e-system is CEO Mahmood Bastaki, a man who is extremely passionate about the Dubai Trade Portal. He recalls, to Logistics Middle East magazine, the days the service was first introduced back in 2003.

  • AE: TRA seeks public and corporate input to develop UAE e-government portal

    The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has launched a campaign to develop the content of the official portal of the UAE Government (, inivited all sections of the public, government entities and private sector establishments to share information that is missing from the portal and provide official references and sources of such information. TRA welcomes anyone to report any wrong information, grammatical or spelling mistakes.

    People are requested to report their feedback through a survey, for which a link is published via social media and sent out to anyone whose e-mail address is in the TRA’s databases. TRA is using the 'Participate and get a reward' hashtag for the campaign.

  • AE: Abu Dhabi e-Government portal continues to witness widespread success and growth across the uae's capital more than two years after it's launch

    Page views increased by 65% and a reported 41% increase in online visitors

    Abu Dhabi e-Government Portal, a pioneering e-service websitemanaged by Abu Dhabi Systems and Information Centre (ADSIC), continues to grow and witness widespread success across the UAE's capitalin 2015.

    The continued high user-demand rates of the E-Government Portal comes after the success it had over the past two years in terms of scope, scale and the high quality of services it provides to all segments of society.

  • AE: DEWA launches eComplain portal

    Dubai Electricity and Water Authority ( DEWA ) has launched a unified eComplain portal ( that serves as a one-stop online channel for customers to submit their complaints and queries effortlessly and conveniently, as part of its 'Hadhreen - At Your Service' initiative.

    Under Hadhreen, customers have the convenient option of being able to select e-Services, mobile services, GreenBill, pay bills through 17 different channels, or address any complaints and suggestions.

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