In an official statement, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Amr Talaat, congratulated the team behind the implementation of the project for winning the AGFUND International Prize
Egypt’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) Amr Talaat said Thursday that the Egyptian government has taken massive strides to a secure smooth digital transformation.
The MoUs and agreements aim to boost bilateral cooperation in the fields of reducing carbon emissions, digital transformation, supporting sustainability and crude oil marketing.
Samir was speaking during a conference organized by Obeikan Digital Solutions to announce future plans of the company in the Egyptian market.
Talaat noted that the ICT Ministry expanded the technological innovation centers to reach 30 across the country with a total investment of LE 4.2 billion.
The economic and social development plan for the fiscal year 2022/2023 revealed the continuation of development efforts for the economic zone of the Suez Canal, to maximize the economic returns from it.
The bank indicated in a statement, Wednesday, that the decisions included issuing prepaid cards to citizens free of charge, provided that these cards are contactless.
Mashat pointed out that the government is keen on developing the agricultural and ICT sectors, which were included in the second phase of the national structural reform program.
The Ministry of Electricity launched mobile applications and a platform through which citizens can request to shift to installation system of code meters, while other services will be provided through other applications.
Hayah Karima Foundation has signed a cooperation protocol with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology to carry out the “Digital Decent Life” initiative.
Many ministries and governmental institutions took part in the maneuver.
In a statement Thursday, Saeed added that the coronavirus pandemic has contributed to accelerating the pace of digital transformation and the growth of demand for the information technology industry.
Egyptian Ministry of Interior deployed a number of mobile traffic units on streets to issue licenses for citizens in a bid to reduce congestion and remove burden off citizens.
Among the sectors that the presidential developmental initiative “Haya Karima” targets is the telecommunications and internet services in villages, where L.E. 6 billion was allocated to improve communications network and help small business owners take advantage of digital literacy.
The World Bank launched a new Egypt Economic Monitor, The Far-Reaching Impact of Government Digitalization, at an event co-organized with Egypt’s Ministry of International Cooperation. This report details the World Bank’s assessment of Egypt’s latest economic developments and outlook, and provides analysis focused on the government’s progress toward digital transformation.
The program aims to organize the resources and operations resulting from daily business, and to link the departments to each other, through one comprehensive system to raise the efficiency and performance of work within the system, in addition to linking all the company’s transactions, in line with the state’s plans in the digital transformation system.
In the framework of Egypt’s measures to incorporate digital transformation concept in all state’s departments and services, Port Said is now delivering official papers, government services to citizens homes.
The Egyptian Minister of Manpower, Mohamed Saafan, announced the launch of the electronic system with Libya to regulate the entry of Egyptian workers to the Libyan labor market in a legitimate manner according to legal procedures.
This comes within the framework of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities' strategy for a comprehensive digital transformation of archaeological sites and museums.
On the occasion of the 119th anniversary of the founding of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities launched the museum's website.