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Bahrain to Introduce 70 e-Services in a Year

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Seventy new electronic projects are to be launched in Bahrain in the next few years, it was declared by Deputy Prime Minister and Supreme Committee for Information and Communication Technology Chairman Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa.

He said the move would allow everyone to communicate and interact direcly with government departments through social and technical channels.

Shaikh Mohammed was speaking while opening the fourth Bahrain International eGovernment Forum at the Isa Cultural Centre, in Juffair.

 The Deputy Prime Minister said Bahrain had taken a giant leap towards eGovernment excellence and had positioned itself as one of the leading players in the field.

“It is thanks to the efforts of the eGovernment Authority that such important developments have taken place,” he said. “These developments have enabled Bahrain to win several international awards as well.”

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