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MCIT Participates in Arab e-Government Programme Directors Meeting

16 Nov, 2022 09:30 AMMinistry of Communications and Information TechnologyIntended Audience
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The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) participated in the Tenth Arab e-government programme directors meeting organized by the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) at the United Nations House in Beirut on November 14-15, in conjunction with the governmental meeting of Committee on Technology for Development.

MCIT was represented in the meeting by Ms. Mashael Ali Al Hammadi, Acting Assistant Undersecretary for Information Technology Affairs at MCIT, via video calling (online). During her participation in the session on the initiatives of the Arab Member States in government digital transformation within the e-government directors’ meeting, Ms. Mashael Ali Al Hammadi reviewed the achievements of the Qatar digital government strategy as well as the projects and programs launched by MCIT to accelerate the process of digital transformation in Qatar.

Commenting on the participation in the Tenth Arab e-government programme directors meeting, Ms. Mashael Al Hammadi said: "The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology is keen to participate in regional and international meetings and events with the aim of exchanging expertise and experiences in everything related to the telecommunications sector, digital transformation and digital technology, as well as reviewing Qatar's pioneering experiences in this field."

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