Bahrain to launch GCC eGov portal

Portal to be ready early 2015
Bahrain, EGovernment, GCC, ICT, Portal, Telecoms

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The Kingdom of Bahrain e-Government Authority (EGA)'s CEO, Mohammed Ali Al-Qaed, has announced that the anticipated launch of the all GCC e-Government Portal is set for early 2015.

“All-GCC e-Portal would provide a connection of services needed by GCC citizens whenever travelling within the GCC countries,” said Mohammed Ali Al-Qaed, CEO at EGA.

He said that the portal's services have not been decided yet but the U.A.E. has been tasked with compiling a visualisation of the services needed by GCC citizens.

Al-Qaed added that Bahrain had already presented its views on the portal, but details were not specified.

The EGA CEO added that there were eight Gulf initiatives as part of GCC strategy and that the All GCC e-Government Portal is one of them which will contribute to boosting the provision of optimum services to Gulf nationals everywhere in the GCC countries 

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