GCC Secretary General highlights launch of unified e-government portal
Muscat, November 09, 2023, The Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Jasem Mohamed Albudaiwi, emphasized the launch of a new electronic portal by ministers and heads responsible for e-government across GCC countries. This portal stands as a consolidated hub for e-government initiatives and bodies within the Council, unveiled during the seventh session of the GCC Ministerial Committee for e-Government in Muscat, Oman.
Eng. Saeed bin Hamoud bin Saeed Al Maawali, Minister of Transport, Communications, and Information Technology of Oman, chaired the meeting, attended by key figures in charge of e-government programs across GCC nations. Albudaiwi underscored the notable advancements made by the GCC Ministerial Committee for e-Government since its inception. These strides reflect a steadfast commitment to e-government applications, recognizing their substantial contributions to the economic landscape of GCC nations. Emphasizing the pivotal role of a robust e-government, Albudaiwi highlighted its potential to enhance public sector productivity, streamline efficiency, and deliver improved services to citizens, public entities, and private sectors, aligning with the visionary goals of GCC leaders.
The meeting delved into critical discussions aimed at charting the course for enhanced cooperation in digital governance among GCC countries.