Gulf 16th e-Government forum to be launched this month
Published 5 May 2010
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Dubai, e-Media: Events of the Gulf sixteenth e-Government in GCC states will be launched on 22 of current May lasting for 5 days in Dubai. Organized by Data-Max corporation within its strategies to develop e-Government and e-Services, the forum will be attended by 50 government and private organizations and more than 500 participants from GCC states and other countries. Ali Al-Kamaly, Head of the organizing committee pointed out that the forum will discuss achievements and challenges in the field of e-Government and e-Services focusing in addition on best practices strategic developments. It will also tackle how to utilize such best practices and developments to build a w0rld-class e-Government. It will also throw light on the role of IT CEOs in re-engineering IT and Communications infrastructure. Focusing on the new generation of mobile and comprehensive electronic Services, the forum will discuss how to well invest in the field of IT. In addition, the fifth day of the forum will be dedicated for discussing information privacy and security especially that it will be attended by European and American specialists and experts. Within the events of the forum, an exhibition will be held with participation of many government organizations and pioneering corporations in the field of IT and communications to show their latest innovations and best IT solutions.
Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 3:22 PM Saudi Arabia Time
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