The Public Prosecution (PP) has obtained the accreditation of Assistive Technology Center Qatar (Mada) for digital accessibility for a project to provide innovative electronic devices that provide self-services for group of the blind and facilitate their transactions without the need to seek help from anyone.
Self-service machines are one of the channels for delivering digital public prosecution services to the public, in addition to other channels such as the website and the smart phone application.
In this regard, Mrs. Mariam Hajji Abdulla, director of the Information System Department at the PP, has said that obtaining the accreditation of standard digital accessibility for self-service devices, which is one of the channels for providing digital public prosecution services to the public, is an important achievement and a qualitative leap in the electronic services that the PP provides for all members and groups of society.
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