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  • Dubai Data Establishment Announces 4 th Data Compliance Course
Dubai Data Establishment Announces 4 th Data Compliance Course

The Dubai Data Establishment - a subsidiary of the Smart Dubai Office (SDO) - has announced the 4th “Dubai Data Compliance Course”, in cooperation with the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG).

The workshop seeks to develop the knowledge and abilities of information officials and staff members in government and private sector entitites, in order to fulfill worldwide requirements and offer best-in- class solutions to customers. Smart Dubai additionally announced that participation in the program is open to local and government entities and the private sector, following the great success and impressive turnover of the previous instalments.

Fifteen entities are set to take part in the 4th Data Compliance Course, standing for local and federal Government divisions, in addition to the complimentary zones. These include the Community Development Authority (CDA); the Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (DAFZA); the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Dubai Courts; the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department; and the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).

Younus Al Nasser, Assistant Director General, Smart Dubai Office and CEO, Dubai Data Facility, praised the great turnover observed across all versions of the course, saying: " With three successive instalments of the Dubai Information Compliance Course, Smart Dubai has looked for to create the skillsets of individuals from different government departments, and to boost their awareness and knowledge of the information sector - specifically, organising, publishing and sharing information, which is the foundation of all smart-city transformation projects.”

" With these workshops, we are looking to cultivate greater cooperation amongst government and private entities in the UAE," Al Nasser included. "With that said in mind, we opened up participation to all Federal government bodies, local and government, as well as to the economic sector, in an effort to share the Dubai Information Facility's knowledge and know-how with regards to trading data, constructing a robust knowledge framework, and upgrading solutions to guarantee a premium consumer experience."

Meanwhile, H.E. Dr Ali Sebaa Al Marri, MBRSG's Executive President, said: "We are delighted to be partnering with the Dubai Information Establishment for the Dubai Data Compliance Training Course, which is an optimal platform for presenting individuals to the latest data-related technologies. This platform allows us to construct capacity and raise awareness about the relevance of information and its uses in a structured, systematic and scientific way. The workshop also talks about methods to utilize the acquired knowledge to upgrade government services."

" The training course helps develop choice manufacturers' programming and expert system skills, keeping them upgraded when it come to the latest developments bordering big data and its multiple applications. It is a chance to discuss strong, innovative suggestions that will update and differentiate future government operations in Dubai," H.E. Al Marri added.

The Dubai Data Compliance Course was made to satisfy the demands and demands of all participating entities. It covers numerous key topics pertaining to Dubai Information, which allow Government departments to update their services, make sure client fulfillment, and occasionally analyze their efficiency and adjust procedures.




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