GCAA launches e-services portal
Abu Dhabi, March 25, 2009
General Civil Aviation Authority’s (GCAA) chairman and Minister of Economy Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri today (March 25) launched its new web portal and e-services.
“The GCAA successfully achieved the strategic objective set by the Federal Government of transforming 50 per cent of its services to electronic by the end of 2008,” said Saif Mohammed Al Suwaidi, director general of GCAA.
“It is ready to provide 82 e-services to the customers in order to simply the procedure which will be an alternative to the traditional way of using papers,” he added.
The GCAA initiated the development of its electronic infrastructure and integrating international standards into the information technology to utilise the benefit of communication technologies.
This initiative was taken to enhance the quality and range of services provided by the Authority to its customers and other government entities.
This also included alignment of security policies to protect electronic resources and to enable integration with future requirements to intensify the use of technology in all GCAA functions.
All the efforts have been to harness development of Infrastructure and electronic services using the latest technology in order to ensure a solid platform for building of other e-services in the future.
E-services will be available to all GCAA customers at gcaa.ae. – TradeArabia News Service
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