12 March 2018

Sudan: Preparation Completed for Launch of the National Day On Information

Khartoum — Preparations have been completed in Khartoum for the launch of the National Day for Information in its second version, according to the Chairman of the Higher Committee on National Day on Information, Eng. Mohamed Sheikh said

The move is aimed to launch the Sudan electronic portal where preparations have been completed to kick of the road map for the activities of the second version of the Sudan electronic portal, May 25th.

The launching will include a number of specialized workshops which will seek to cover all electronic services relative to electronic payment as well as the role of the private sector in provision of the programmes.

He said there would be papers on governance and legislations on electronic government.

He said forums covering a number of issues related to the civil record and electronic services within the cooperation with government partners

He said the center which is an offshoot of the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, will take up this opportunity to spread knowledge and introduce awareness among the population on the importance of information and the need for electronic government.

He said the media remains a vital partner in this endeavor.


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