Shura obligates Gov entities to work as per e-government transactions rules
Published 16 Jun 2009
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E-Media: Riyadh - Shura Council chaired by Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al-Sheikh, the President of the Council approved the annual report of Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) for the fiscal year 1427/1428 H submitted by the Committee of Transport, Communications and Information Technology. The Secretary-General of the Shura Council, Dr. Mohammed bin Abdullah al-Ghamdi, according to "Al-Nadwah" newspaper pointed out that the Council at the beginning of its session listened to the Committee's view on the observations of Council's members about MCIT's report, stating that the Council had reviewed the recommendations of the Ministry annual report. The Council voted approving by a majority for the resolution that all the government entities have to work according to the rules of e-government transactions issued by the resolution of Council of Ministers No. 40 dated 27/2/1427H with the participation of joint and public data. The resolution also included establishing central systems to maintain the specialized applications of electronic transactions, such as e-health, e-learning, and others.
Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 4:46 PM Saudi Arabia Time
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