Local and international best practices illustrated at the e-Government Conference 2010
Published 30 Sep 2010
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Riyadh, e-Media: The last day of the e-Government Conference 2010 concluded yesterday with two scientific sessions presided over by Sheikh Ali Bin Abdurahman Al-Hamad, Assistant Chairman of Diwan Al-Mathalem where judicial electronic system was discussed. In the same day, the second session was presided over by Prince Mohamed Bin Saud Al-Saud, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for Information technology. Shekih Al-Hamad confirmed that judicial electronic system and Yesser Program have been cooperating through a clear and unified vision. At the session, Chairman of IT in Turkish Ministry of Justice Ali Kay illustrated details about the National Network In Turkey. While the General Khedr Al-Zahrani, assistant Director of Security elaborated Public Security vision in utilizing IT, the Director General for Traffic the General Suleiman Al-jlan pointed out traffic e-Services illustrating the expertise of traffic in facing criminal cases. At the second session, Prince Mohamed Bin Saud pointed out elements of weakness among different sectors in the e-Services.
Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 3:19 PM Saudi Arabia Time
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