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  • OM: HM e-governance excellence awards to include SMEs

    Oman’s drive to ensure that most services come on the e-platform will see the fourth edition of the Sultan Qaboos Award for Excellence in eGovernment have small and medium enterprises too vie for recognition.

    Building on the 2012 edition’s success, the Information Technology Authority has said that this year, besides government and private sectors, SMEs too can participate with their innovate projects and e-services.

    The number of awards this time would be in 12 categories – nine for the government sector, two for big companies in the private sector and one for SMEs, ITA chief executive officer Dr Salim Sultan Al Ruzaiqi said.

  • OM: ITA gives insight into HM Award for e-governance

    The Information Technology Authority (ITA) continues preparations for the registration stage of the Sultan Qaboos Award for Excellence in eGovernment 2014, scheduled to begin in July and continue until the end of September.

    To explain details of the fourth edition of the award, the ITA held a workshop on Tuesday where more than 120 participants, representing more than 45 government and private companies and SMEs took part.

  • OM: Private sector to take part in HM e-Government Award

    The Information Technology Authority (ITA) announced that it has opened its doors for the private sector establishments to take part in the Sultan Qaboos Award for e-Government Services Award 2012 by adding two categories at the third version of the awards.

    The award aims at encouraging private and public sector establishments to develop their electronic services, simplify and enhance their procedures by implementing IT technology and encourage pioneering ideas in the digital fields.

  • OM: Sultanate bags two IT awards for the best technology project in the Arab world

    The Sultanate captured two awards at the public sector for the best technology project in the Arab world at 17th version of Sheikh Salim al- Ali IT Awards.

    The awards organising committee announced in Kuwait that ‘Advanced Manpower System’ of the Ministry of Manpower and “ Governmental Cloud’ of Information Technology Authority won two awards at the best technology project in the Arab world category.

  • OM: Symposium participants honoured for excellence in e-gov service

    The Ministry of Civil Service organised an honouring ceremony at Crowne Plaza Hotel yesterday to honour participants in Symposium on Mechanisms to Develop Governmental Performance and Sultan Qaboos Award for Excellence in e-Government 2012. The ceremony was held under the patronage of Shaikh Khalid bin Omar al Marhoon, Minister of Civil Service, who said that the ceremony comes to reward the employees to achieve goals of the ministry.

    He added that the Human Resources System "Mawrid," which obtained the Sultan Qaboos Award for Excellence in e-governmental service as the best 1358859507389632200 e-governmental project from governmental institution to governmental institution, is considered as one of the successful projects as it also obtained two awards from the United Nations (UN) and one gulf award.

  • Oman bags 7 GCC e-governance awards

    The Sultanate captured seven awards at the 3rd GCC e-Government Award, Conference and Exhibition which was organised at the InterContinental Dubai Hotel under the auspices of Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

    The One Stop Shop of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry won the Best Government-to-Government Shared Service, while the Information Technology Authority won first prize for ‘ITA e-Inclusion Project, the election system for the Shura Council and the municipal councils. The Ministry of Interior won the second place in the best e-services provided to individual and the Ministry of Manpower’s electronic registration project captured the second place in the best e-integrated service category.

  • Oman opens e-awards to its private sector

    A prestigious annual e-governance awards scheme, named after the country’s ruler, is being opened to the private sector for the first time this year, it was announced here on Saturday.

    The ‘Sultan Qaboos Awards for Excellence in e-governance’, organised by the Information Technology Authority (ITA), was until now restricted to government organisations.

    “This year’s award will include a new target segment, ‘Private Sector’, alongside the existing government sector — We anticipate an exciting year ahead, as the spirit of competition is openly embraced among all participating entities to provide innovative projects and eServices of high quality,” an ITA spokesperson said.

  • Oman receives key UN awards

    Oman has scooped four United Nations Public Service Awards (UNPSA) at the UN and Africa Public Service Forum held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

    Winning the honours for the sultanate were the Information Technology Authority (ITA), the Ministry of Civil Service, the Ministry of Education and the National Association for Cancer Awareness.

    The theme of the 2011 forum was “Transformative Leadership in Public Administration and Innovation in Governance: Creating a Better Life for All.”

    ITA was a first-place winner with its “Transforming the Society through the e.oman Communication Strategy’” in the category of “Advancing Knowledge Management in Government.”

  • Oman wins 7 awards for eGovernment initiatives

    Oman made a remarkable presence at the 3rd GCC eGovernment Award, Conference and Exhibition which concluded on December 11 in Dubai, winning 7 awards in 14 categories for various eGovernment initiatives, services and projects. The conference made several of recommendations necessary to foster the drive towards a comprehensive eGovernments and eventually smart governments. The 3rd GCC eGovernment Conference Commission has had several meetings on the sidelines of the conference, and concluded with a list of recommendations that emerged from the current GCC strategic approach towards the eGovernment and its implementation process. Also, the commission was keen on considering what has resulted from the recommendations of the two previous conferences in Muscat 2009 and Kuwait 2011. This is to ensure a specific build-on recommendations as well as a clear image of the present eGovernment requirements.

  • Oman wins 7 e-govt awards at 3rd GCC e-awards, Dubai

    The Sultanate of Oman have been awarded seven important awards at the 3rd GCC e-Government Award, Conference and Exhibition hosted by Shaikh Majid bin Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum at the Inter-Continental Hotel, Dubai.

    The GCC e-awards, which features nine categories, subjects applicants for the awards to rigorous reviews by a jury committee, comprised of a number of e-government experts and specialists.

  • Omani agency praised for e-governance role

    Organisation's work provides further help in 'coordination and integration' in the field

    The UAE General Information Authority (GIA) has honoured its Omani counterpart, Information Technology Authority (ITA) for its role in helping promote e-governance.

    The felicitation took place on the sidelines of the First Gulf Cooperation Council eGovernment Conference.

  • Österreich: A1 SIGNATUR von mobilkom austria gewinnt Multimedia & eBusiness Staa

    Expertenjury vergibt den Multimedia & eBusiness Staatspreis 2004 an mobilkom austria - Auszeichnung des Produktes A1 SIGNATUR - die "Unterschrift mit dem Handy": unkompliziert, flexibel und sicher - Amtswege von zu Hause erledigen.

    Im Rahmen einer Gala-Veranstaltung wurde gestern der Multimedia & eBusiness Staatspreis in der Kategorie Web Services und eOrganisation an mobilkom austria verliehen. Bundesminister Dr. Martin Bartenstein überreichte den Preis und prämierte damit die Anwendung A1 SIGNATUR, die das Erledigen von Amtswegen jederzeit und von überall gestattet.

  • Österreich: A1 SIGNATUR von mobilkom austria nominiert für GSM Awards

    mobilkom austria mit A1 SIGNATUR nominiert für die GSM Association Awards 2005 in Cannes - europaweit erste gesetzesgültige Unterschrift mit Hilfe des Handys - damit eines der international führenden mobilen Produkte

    Die A1 SIGNATUR von mobilkom austria ist für die GSM Association Awards 2005 nominiert. Das bereits mit dem österreichischen Staatspreis für Multimedia & eBusiness (Kategorie e-Organisation und Web-Services) ausgezeichnete E-Government-Produkt findet damit auch internationale Anerkennung.

  • Österreich: E-Recht Projekt gewinnt den "Public Service Award 2007"

    Transparenz und Bürgernähe im öffentlichen Sektor

    Der "Public Service Award 2007" der UNO geht in diesem Jahr an das Bundeskanzleramt und T-Systems in Österreich. Das von beiden gemeinsam realisierte Projekt "E-Recht" erhielt die europäische Auszeichnung für "mehr Transparenz und Bürgernähe im öffentlichen Bereich".

    Die UNO zeichnet in Europa seit 1999 öffentliche Einrichtungen mit dem "Public Services Award" für herausragende Leistungen aus. In der Kategorie "Improving transparency, accountability, and responsiveness in the Public Service" wurde das Bundeskanzleramt für das Projekt "E-Recht" geehrt. In Zusammenarbeit mit T-Systems und anderen Partnern entwickelte das Bundeskanzleramt basierend auf den Layoutrichtlinien einen einheitlichen Standard für die Gesetzeserstellung.

  • Österreich: Multimedia-Staatspreis 2004 für barrierefreie Formulare

    forms2web erhält gemeinsam mit dem Bundesminsterium für Finanzen den Multimedia-Staatspreis in der Kategorie "Government to Citizen".

    Am 23. September wurde der Multimedia und E-Business Staatspreis 2004 verliehen. forms2web durfte den E-Government-Sonderpreis in der Kategorie "Government to Citizen" entgegen nehmen. Mit dieser Prämierung wurden die gemeinsamen Bemühungen von Finanzministerium und forms2web, amtliche Formulare auch Menschen mit Behinderung zugänglich zu machen, ausgezeichnet.

  • Österreich: Staatspreis 2004 E-Government für Katastrophenschutz Online

    Europaweit einzigartige Plattformlösung für Krisen-Szenarien

    Im Rahmen des Österreichischen Staatspreises 2004 hat die Fachabteilung Katastrophenschutz und Landesverteidigung (FA7B) der Steiermärkischen Landesregierung am gestrigen Donnerstag zwei Staatspreise für E-Government gewonnen. Das zusammen mit dem Grazer Unternehmen icomedias GmbH konzipierte und realisierte Internetportal "Katastrophenschutz Online" konnte die Jury nicht nur in der Kategorie "Government to Government", sondern auch in der Gesamtkategorie "E-Government" überzeugen.

  • Österreich:Katastrophenschutz Online nominiert beim World Summit Award

    Steirischer Katastrophenschutz vertritt Österreich in der Kategorie E-Government

    Das österreichische Bundeskanzleramt hat "Katastrophenschutz Online" ausgewählt, um Österreich bei der Weltjury für das weltweit beste E-Government-Produkt zu vertreten. Das Katastrophenschutz-Portal der Steiermärkischen Landesregierung ist eine in Europa bisher einzigartige Plattform für Krisen-Szenarien und Krisen-Kommunikation.

  • PH: Cebu City Hall bag Jesse Robredo Award

    The Cebu City Government received two awards in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) this year.

    In the second year of its eGov Awards for local government units, also called as the Jesse Robredo Award for Excellence in Information Technology (IT) for Good Governance, the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines (NICP) recognized Cebu City’s IT-related programs.

    Cebu City got the top spot in the Best in eGov Business Empowerment (G2B) search for its “Cebu Traffic” project.

  • PH: Quezon City receives 2013 Robredo Awards for Excellence in ICT

    The Quezon City (QC) government won third place for Government to Business Category (G2B) in the 2nd eGovernance Awards, dubbed as the 2013 Jessie Robredo Awards for Excellence in ICT for Good Governance.

    The eGovernance award is conferred by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) and the National ICT Confederation of the Philippine (NICP) on local government units for good governance, especially in using information and communication technology (ICT) in its day to day business.

  • Philippine’s E-Nutrition mission wins int’l best practice tilt

    The Philippine’s e-Nutrition project bagged the grand prize in the recently held Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) Awards under the ICT Best Practices for e-Government category.

    This is the second time the Philippines won the ADOC Awards in the same category. The Bureau of Internal Revenue won the same award in 2005 for its e-Filing and e-Payment System.

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