The Ministry, signed a contract, during (QITCOM) 2019, for the development of the new version of (Hukoomi), which will be completely redesigned and restructured.
The Ministry, has announced that it has signed contracts for 11 projects for its TASMU Smart Qatar Program during QITCOM 2019.
Winners of Tasmu Coders’ Codefest competition for schools announced
Under the agreement, government bodies will be able to use fiber optics to meet the needs of their infrastructures safely and link their various sites in the State.
The Cybersecurity Affairs Sector at the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with TÜViT.
The Ministry, today issued its first certificate of accreditation for service providers in the State of Qatar that provides information security advisory services.
The Ministry has announced the commencement of implementing the e-tendering solution project, which aims to provide a government-wide standardized electronic solution.
The 2019 edition of the (QITCOM 2019) came to a close Friday with the announcement of the winners of the (QDBA) Awards and the QITCOM Awards in a prestigious gala presided over by HE Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti.
Qatar’s Prime Minister and Interior Minister, HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, launched the Sustainability and Development phase of the Better Connections Program, which provides IT facilities and tools to migrant workers to engage them in the digital era and help them improve their ways of life.
His Excellency Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, Minister of Transport and Communications, today met with Hakob Arshakyan, Minister of High-Tech Industry in the Republic of Armenia, on the sidelines of the Qatar IT Conference & Exhibition (QITCOM 2019)
The agreement for the ‘Mutual Inclusion of Each Other’s Territories in the Service Areas of their Satellite Network’ was signed between the two countries.
The announcement was made today at the sidelines of the Qatar IT Conference and Exhibition (QITCOM 2019), which runs until Nov. 1 at QNCC under the theme “Safe Smart Cities.”