This session will explore (1) Digital transformation of public administration; (2) Social inclusion through empowering access to relevant information, knowledge, applications and content, leading to meaningful access, i.e. its availability in all locations, its affordability to the general public and its adaptability to the needs of the people; (3) Capacity building on digital development, and e-training; and (4) Essential ICT applications: e-education, e-government and e-health.
Ms. Baydaa Al-Akabi, Chief Engineer, Ministry of Communications, Iraq – e-Government plan to enhance e-Services
Mr. Mohsin Al Araimi, Team Leader, Community Development Programs, Information Technology Authority, Oman – Human Capacity Development
Ms. Rania Bou Saad, Ministry of Communication and Technology, Syrian Arab Republic – e-Education Platform from Kindergarten to Grade 12
Mr. Mohamed AlFatih Musa – Sudan – Unified system for applying to Sudanese Universities
Mr. Khaled Sellami, Ministry of Public Service, Modernisation of the Administration and Public Policies, Tunisia – Adoption and use of e-procurement applications