Smart Dubai Launches Phase One of Dubai Paperless Strategy with Six Key Government Entities

  • Smart Dubai Launches Phase One of Dubai Paperless  Strategy with Six Key Government Entities

Smart Dubai has broken ground on the first stage of executing the Dubai Paperless Method, which looks for to digitise interior and exterior purchases at government entities and conserve time and effort for staff members and customers alike.

The effort was introduced in early 2018 by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, to guarantee Dubai's full shift in the direction of smart government, as pictured by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Ruler of Dubai.

Ready to wrap up at the end of the year, the very first stage of applying the Dubai Paperless Approach will see Smart Dubai deal with 6 government entities, Dubai Police, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), Dubai Land Department, Dubai’s Department of Economic Development (DED), and the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM). Phase two will include cooperation with different government entities.

Her Excellency Dr Aisha bint Butti bin Bishr, Director General of the Smart Dubai Office (SDO), said: "The Dubai Paperless Approach constitutes a significant leap onward in Dubai's quest to transition right into a world-leading smart city, symbolizing the vision and directives of our wise management to accept advanced modern technologies and harness them to carry out integrated and paper-free procedures at federal government entities, where staff members are encouraged to create strategies and strategies for community development, in addition to promote happiness."

" We happiness the implementation of the Dubai Paperless Method into several stages in an initiative to optimize its tasks and flawlessly attain the entirety of its purposes," H.E. Dr Aisha added. "Each stage will certainly see us accept a group of significant government bodies. For the initial stage, we are collaborating with 6 famous entities that supply vital solutions for citizens and residents, while the 2nd and 3rd phases will bring us together with loads much more government companies in 2019, with the last goal being to establish a fully-fledged smart, paperless government by 2021."

Smart Dubai held several meetings with authorities from the government companies taking part in the first stage, which resulted in the development of unique job pressures from each entity, that will certainly work carefully with Smart Dubai to implement the strategy.

The Dubai Paperless Method focuses on three major axes: Technology, whereby all technical demands would certainly be given to make sure paper-free government transactions and procedures. Second, Legislation, where the necessary legal changes are made to manage paperless purchases in all organizations. The 3rd and final pillar, Society, looks for to take the method ahead, overcoming cultural barriers of individuals and establishments to promote paperless transactions and treatments.

The method is set to speed up the transition of internal and external (consumer) paper transactions across government institutions towards digital. The government will stop issuing or requesting paper documents from dealers, and public servant will certainly quit providing or processing paper in key or supporting operations.

A number of technical changes will be slowly turned out to apply the Approach. These include increasing automation in government establishments, and tending to both outside (customer) needs and inner (administrative and operational) requires, which, moving forward, would certainly be performed through digital IDs, signatures and certifications, in addition to safe and secure data offered by means of specialized platforms. Adjustments additionally include legal modifications, managing physical visibility at the courts, and the lawful requirement to generate paper records to assure the credibility of the transaction

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