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Digital capability development comes as part of institutional development enhancing long-term government performance
Citizens will use e-signatures in government transactions, including updating and revising data, without need for paper documents
Old system required users to obtain prior approval from company they wanted to convert to, which was difficult, says Talaat
Monthly download capacities for home internet subscriptions were also increased by 20% at a cost of EGP 200m to be borne by the state for all user segments in coordination with Internet service providers to support distance education and basic services.
The project aims to develop fish resources through information system and remote sensing. These systems would help early detection of any violations to lakes and fisheries.
Ministry injects $1.6bn to improve internet speed in Egypt
5,000 women to be trained through campaign
An official source at the MCIT said that the project was meant to streamline diagnostics and treatment services for citizens, bringing the average wait time from two months to 48 hours.
This comes after a decision by the Council of Ministers to transfer the obligations of the Ministry of Administrative Reform concerning digital transformation to the MCIT.
Providing safety for citizens, ensuring obligations of e-commerce companies in new law: Hegazy
The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) has a four-pronged action plan to implement Egypt’s 2030 strategy in order to achieve the country’s digital transformation, to accomplish further efficient management of the state’s resources, MCIT Minister, Amr Talaat, said. Talaat’s statement came during Egypt’s international technology innovation summit titled ‘Narrative Disruptors’ which was launched …
Narrative Disruptors, Egypt’s first international tech innovation forum, will take place in Cairo in the middle of April under the auspices of Egypt’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Amr Talaat. The summit is organised by Egyptian CC Plus firm in cooperation with leading digital solutions provider VictoryLink. It is a side-forum of international public relations gathering Narrative …
Egypt to launch e-platform to provide government services in Port Said on 30 June
Barcelona – The Minister of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), Amr Talaat, met with Morris Lee, president of LG Electronics Mobile, to review the Egyptian government’s efforts to stimulate investments and promote electronics manufacturing in Egypt through enhancing domestic industrial development. The meeting was part of Talaat’s participation at the World Mobile Congress (WMC) 2019 in …
Agreement with Synopsys to train 1,000 young people in field of electronic circuit design
We will launch first artificial intelligence faculty in next academic year, says minister
Sector contributes EGP 80bn to GDP in FY 2017/18
Ministry will provide new government services next year through five outlets
Company expects 30 million customers on Black Friday: Safwat
Ministerial committee formed from three ministries: MCIT, Military Production, Education
We will do number of investment incentives, mainly tax exemption of 50% for investors in technological parks, says Talaat
We intensify our efforts to implement a unified system for tracking all financial transactions electronically, says Moeit
The Ministries of communications and military production agreed to form a committee to find out the most important points of cooperation that will be utilised at the initial stages and to implement them, according to the requirements and needs of each ministry, in line with the state’s sustainable development plan 2030. This came during a …
Negotiations underway with international companies to set up design centres in Egypt, expand electronics industry, reveals minister of communications
Egypt has nearly 100 million mobile phone users according to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), but for what purpose do the Egyptians use their mobile phones? A recent report by the MCIT showed that about 87% of the Egyptians use their mobile phones to conduct and receive calls. The report relied on …
An increase of 3.6% compared to Q1 of this year: MCIT report
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) has opened the door for graduates of 2006 and onwards to join its e-learning initiatives, which has been launched to train and qualify Egyptian cadres on the latest technology in the fields of telecommunications, information technology, and electronics. MCIT is leading the implementation of this initiative through …
Local manufacturing reduces imports and increases Egypt’s US dollar reserves, says Silicon Waha chairperson El-Sobky
Fees for licences were paid in full, whereas US dollars were provided by mother companies abroad
EITESAL’s strategy aims to get the government to support growth in the telecommunications sector, says El-Tahawy