Thousands of Bahraini families living in the capital could finally receive government homes after waiting for more than 30 years.
A total of 7,195 families of 52,000 currently on the Housing Ministry's waiting list would be mo
Dubai has launched a new advanced version of the Federal Government Performance Management System ‘Adaa 2.0.’
The ‘Adaa 2.0’ is aimed at providing an effective mechanism to manage institutional performance
The Dubai Smart Government is set to install MyID registration kiosks at shopping malls and government service centres soon, to allow the public to register in the portal easily wherever they are.
The MyID portal aims to ease the
Kuwait's prime minister has called the state's welfare system unsustainable and said the major oil producer needs to cut spending and the consumption of its natural resources.
In some of the strongest comments yet from a s
A major government crackdown on people who bribe public officials is underway in Bahrain, a report said.
A Cabinet meeting, chaired yesterday by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, also studied propos
The GCC countries are in the race to win the pole position of a new wave of mobile government (m-gov) services for citizens and businesses, with all six ranking in the top 25 of the key e-readiness indices, said a report.
Governments in the Gulf region have been urged to keep water at the top of the political agenda by a regional water authority.
Dr Mahmoud Abu-Zeid, president of the Arab Water Council, said that with the Middle East being one of t
Kuwait's new finance minister has issued a stinging criticism of the country's bloated administration and bureaucratic red tape, saying the economy cannot continue growing robustly in the long term if they are not reformed.
Dubai Smart Government (DSG) Department has updated its mPay app, which offers instant payment of government bills and fines through smartphones.
The app, which was launched in November last year, is part of the smart government i
Brent crude fell below $108 a barrel on Tuesday to trade near a 7-week low on worries a shutdown of the US government may crimp oil demand, while investors also eyed easing tensions in US-Iran nuclear talks.
The US government bega