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  Federal e-Government Partner
The TRAís Information and eGovernment Sector (IeG) is responsible for propelling the electronic Government at the federal level in the UAE. The IeG develops and implements the eGovernment programme with the aim of bringing about a shift in the access and delivery methods of federal government services and information to electronic processes.

IeG promotes the application of eGovernment through eParticipation. According to the UN E-Government Survey 2012, the UAE soared to 6th rank from 86th rank in 2010 in eParticipation index. In online service index, the UAE leapt to 7th rank from 99th rank in 2010

IeG is part of the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority and is steered by the Federal eGovernment Plan 2012-2014 that chalks out the initiatives and plan of action towards building a sustainable eGovernment in the UAE

  Hosting Partner
The Abu Dhabi Systems & Information Centre (ADSIC) was formed by the Abu Dhabi Government under the leadership of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council. It is the governmental party overseeing the IT agenda of Abu Dhabi. ADSICís mission is to enable the modernization of government services through Information Technology, using multiple channels of delivery. It envisions a high-performance government delivering world-class services. ADSIC uplifts the goal of government modernization at large, which focuses on Performance Improvement, Process Simplification, and Use of IT.
  e-Government Partner
The Saudi Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) established the e-Government Program (Yesser) in 2005 in conjunction with the Ministry of Finance and the Communication and Information Technology Commission (CITC). Yesser plays the role of enabling the implementation of e-government across Saudi Arabia. It reduces, as much as possible, centralization in e-government implementation while ensuring the minimum level of coordination between government departments.
  e-Government Partner
The Information Technology Authority (ITA), established by Royal Decree issued on 31 May 2006. As an independent body, the ITA is chiefly responsible for implementing the Digital Oman strategy (e.oman), promoting Information Communications Technologies (ICTs), and supervising all infrastructure projects to enable delivery of electronic services under the framework of Digital Oman.

ITA has focused its attention on transforming the Sultanate into a knowledge-based society with the use of ICT in order to enhance government services, enrich the business sector, and provide all sectors of society with electronic means of easing their daily lives.

The ITA is responsible for the execution of all national eGovernment projects to create the required national infrastructure systems and build human resource capacity within the community.

  e-Government Partner
The Bahrain eGovernment Authority (eGA) was established by Royal Decree No. (69), in August 2007. The eGA aims to coordinate and execute eGovernment initiatives in line with the strategies, plans, and programs set by the Supreme Committee for Information and Communication Technology (SCICT), headed by H.H. Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa, Deputy Prime Minister.

Currently, the eGovernment Authority offers more than 235 end-to-end electronic governmental services to citizens, residents, visitors and businesses via various communication channels such as the eGovernment National Portal, the Mobile Portal, the eServices Centers, eKiosks, and the National Contact Centre (80008001).

  e-Government Partner
The Central Agency for Information Technology (CAIT) is the Government agency mandated with the development of the e-Government program in the State of Kuwait. And since its inception in 2006, CAIT managed to lay down the basic foundations for this program.

CAIT built its e-government philosophy on the simple fact that the e-government is a continuous effort, so governments have the ongoing responsibility to deliver services to people, improve service levels, and accommodate all sorts of change. CAIT sets the standards, criteria, and governance framework to develop and deploy e-services via the various available fixed or mobile channels. CAIT also is responsible for delivering relevant technical training to government agenciesí management and professionals, and it also reaches out to the public in order to spread awareness and help them efficiently and securely utilize those e-services. After all, people satisfaction and efficiency are the criteria by which CAIT measures its success.

The main projects that CAIT is undertaking within the above context are: the Kuwait Information Network (KIN), which is high speed, secure, highly available, and scalable fiber optic communications infrastructure connecting all government agencies. A Network Operations Center (NOC) provides proactive 24/7 based management for all KIN operations, while the Security Operations Center (SOC) handles information security risks and challenges. The other project is Kuwait Government Online (KGO) represents Kuwaiti Government online by housing all current and future e-services delivered by government agencies. KGO Government Call Center is a state of the art centralized service center, assisting users of online services whenever and however needed.