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Minister of Labor: Qatar doubles efforts to expedite implementation of digital government initiatives

19 Sep, 2022 08:24 AMQatar News Agency (QNA)Intended Audience
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HE Minister of Labor Dr. Ali bin Samikh Al Marri underlined that the State of Qatar is working to consolidate efforts to expedite the implementation of the digital government initiatives to achieve the ambitions in line with Qatar National Vision 2030, noting that the Qatari government placed the "Qatar Digital Government" project at the top of the priority list.

Addressing the 48th session of the Arab Labor Conference in Cairo yesterday, HE the Minister of Labor said that: "Qatar Digital Government seeks to provide a better life for the society, by adapting technology to propound innovative solutions that meet the needs of the public, as well as providing the tools needed by employees of government agencies to provide distinguished services". Noting that efforts in the context of adapting technology have had a significant impact on reducing the adverse impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, as it reduced the deleterious effect, especially with regard to protecting workers and preserving their jobs.

He noted that the Ministry has launched a package of new electronic digital services, as part of its digital transformation strategy aimed at providing all services electronically without using paper, relying on digital solutions, and contributing to achieving excellence in performance to ensure the quality of services for workers and employers.

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