Dubai eGovernment is aiming to extend its e-Governance services with the launch of new initiative, the e-Permits system in partnership with Dubai Municipality, Dubai Customs and Dubai Police.
Dubai eGovernment has signed a new contract with Adobe to make Adobe's popular PDF format the de-facto standard for electronic documents. Instead of multiple departments handling payments and clearances, our single window solution for clearance will speed up the process. The e-Permit utilises Adobe's PDF technology for the new forms. The e-Permit system will facilitate a faster release of shipments coming into Dubai through different ports. Instead of multiple departments handling payments and clearances, our single window solution for clearance and online payment will speed up the process. It is a unique project that brings together for the first time both local and federal government entities involved in the permission process. The e-Permit system joins 2300 available government services, 91% of which have been brought online through the Dubai eGovernment initiative.
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