Tue, 05 May 2020
The Information & eGovernment Authority (iGA) held its first ever virtual Ramadan ‘eMajlis’, via Zoom video conferencing technology on April 29. The initiative, in line with iGA’s commitment to social distancing during the current pandemic, aimed to strengthen its communication with citizens, residents, and specialists in the IT field. Participants in the casual conversation were encouraged to share their suggestions on how to improve the services offered by the iGA, and develop the role of technology in a post-Coronavirus world.
The eMajlis offered the public an opportunity to communicate directly with senior iGA officials, including Chief Executive, Mohammed Ali Al Qaed, who said: “Improving the quality and efficiency of these services will support the government’s digital transformation processes, making them accessible through different online channels, platforms and smartphone applications.”