Dubai Smart Government (DSG) Department has affirmed its readiness to comply with the ‘Smart Dubai Strategy’ to convert the emirate into a smart city.
Ahmad Bin Humaidan, Director General of DSG, said: “Dubai is
Dubai Smart Government (DSG) highlighted its latest services and solutions at a workshop on information security services for Dubai government entities recently.
The workshop, which was attended by representatives of information s
A dedicated team from Dubai Smart Government (DSG) is developing a set of unified guidelines and policies for transformation into a smart government to ensure the provision of easy to use smart services, a top official said.
Major changes in global demographics in the next 40 years will fundamentally transform the business landscape, as ‘global citizens’ become a powerful force to shape future policies while the middle class in Asia multiplies, said an expert.
Effective leaders care not only about whether they win or lose, but also about how they play the game, said Sheikh Hussein Al-Banawi, chairman and CEO of Banawi Industrial Group during a talk on leadership.
'In the end, the personal ch
The Dubai School of Government (DSG), a research and teaching institution focusing on public policy in the Arab world, has launched the Arabic edition of a book on e-Government.
The book 'Governance and Information Technology: From Electro
The Dubai School of Government (DSG), a research and teaching institution focusing on public policy, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Arab Administrative Development Organization (Arado).
The MoU aims to establish an
The Dubai School of Government (DSG) and Australian Foreign Ministry officials have held talks focused on DSG’s offerings and possible areas of collaboration in the exchange of knowledge.
The DSG hosted yesterday (March 23) a high-level de
The Dubai School of Government (DSG) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Irving B. Harris School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago to jointly work towards knowledge exchange and develop projects of mutual benefit.
The UAE needs to adapt new technologies in industries indigenous to the region in order to progress to its next level of evolution, according to Worldwide Technology Officer for Public Sector, Microsoft Corp, Jonathan Murray.