Riyadh - eMedia:
His Royal Highness Prince Muqrin Bin Abdulaziz, Deputy crown prince, Second deputy prime minister, Advisor and special envoy of Custodian of the two holy mosques, patronizes the 3rd edition of the (Saudi e-Government Achievement Award).
The Award is organized by Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) represented by the e-Government Program (Yesser), to be held on Wednesday, 12, Nov., 2014 at King Fahd Cultural center, Riyadh.
The event is planned to consist of a set of sections reflecting the distinction and success made by government agencies in transformation into e-Government.
Within the event, both Ministries of Civil Service, and Higher Education will launch a group of e-Services. In addition some presentations will elaborate the development lately achieved in e-Government.
On his part, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology has highly appreciated the Deputy Crown Prince’s patronage for this event.
This reflects the much interest and support dedicated by the Government to Communications and Information technology sector in general, and the e-Government in particular, the Minister stated.
He said the event is a good chance to illustrate what has been achieved in e-Government in addition to honoring the dsistinctive efforts made by government agencies in this regard.