The Ministry of Endowment and Islamic Affairs has sought to ease the rush of people seeking to perform the annual pilgrimage through the introduction of an online application "Hajj Project" under Qatar Digital Government umbrella.
Both individuals and businesses expect government information to be readily available online, easy to find and understand. The public sector in Qatar has many reasons to meet these expectations by investing in a comprehensive digital transformation. Shared services, greater collaboration and integration, improved fraud management, and productivity enhancements enable government-wide efficiencies. More than 350 digital services have been introduced in 2015, with more being launched every month.
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As part of MMUP strategy of keeping pace with the latest ICT developments and in pursuit of its vision to provide modern e-services, the Department of Information Systems at the MMUP has introduced the Smart Office System.
The conversion of the MOI’s services and documentation into paperless form not only will facilitate the quick completion of transactions for individuals and companies, it will maintain the strict confidentiality of the data.
The SEC is an active member of the Qatar Digital Government (QDG) program. Its aim of improving educational performance across Qatar will be greatly assisted by the online opportunities afforded by the QDG.