Best m-Government Service Award to receive nominations until November 15

DUBAI, The Best m-Government Service Award has announced that it will continue to receive nominations for its sixth session until 15th November, and revealed that its categories have been developed to highlight the future of government services worldwide by focusing on emerging technologies and their positive impact on society.

The Award, which is being organised by the Prime Minister’s Office in the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and The Future in cooperation with the General Authority for Regulating the Telecommunications Sector, receives participations through www.mgov-award.ae, while winners will be honoured during the seventh session of the World Government Summit in February 2019.

Developments at the Award’s sixth session include seven categories: Innovative service, harnessing emerging technologies, data-driven applications, G2P, gamification, community empowerment, as well as the government-private sector partnership category.

Speaking on the occasion, Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority Director-General, said, “At this year’s new session, the Best m-Government Service Award asserts its position as a key driver for innovation in the development of m-Government services that are suited to the age of Artificial Intelligence and Smart City. The Award has, in previous sessions, helped motivate talented people and creative minds to deliver the best solutions and mobile applications, which have been positively reflected in accelerating the m-Transformation process and achieving the National Agenda of UAE Vision 2021.”

Mohammed Bin Taliah said , Assistant Director-General of Government Services at the Prime Minister’s Office in the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and The Future, affirmed the purpose of the Award is to achieve complementarity of roles between government entities to ensure the development of global services that improve the quality of society’s life and achieve the government’s goals.

Source: Emirates News Agency

Best m-Government Service Award to receive nominations until November 15

DUBAI, The Best m-Government Service Award has announced that it will continue to receive nominations for its sixth session until 15th November, and revealed that its categories have been developed to highlight the future of government services worldwide by focusing on emerging technologies and their positive impact on society.

The Award, which is being organised by the Prime Minister’s Office in the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and The Future in cooperation with the General Authority for Regulating the Telecommunications Sector, receives participations through www.mgov-award.ae, while winners will be honoured during the seventh session of the World Government Summit in February 2019.

Developments at the Award’s sixth session include seven categories: Innovative service, harnessing emerging technologies, data-driven applications, G2P, gamification, community empowerment, as well as the government-private sector partnership category.

Speaking on the occasion, Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority Director-General, said, “At this year’s new session, the Best m-Government Service Award asserts its position as a key driver for innovation in the development of m-Government services that are suited to the age of Artificial Intelligence and Smart City. The Award has, in previous sessions, helped motivate talented people and creative minds to deliver the best solutions and mobile applications, which have been positively reflected in accelerating the m-Transformation process and achieving the National Agenda of UAE Vision 2021.”

Mohammed Bin Taliah said , Assistant Director-General of Government Services at the Prime Minister’s Office in the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and The Future, affirmed the purpose of the Award is to achieve complementarity of roles between government entities to ensure the development of global services that improve the quality of society’s life and achieve the government’s goals.

Source: Emirates News Agency