Dubai eGovernment unveils new logo
Dubai, September 30, 2009
Dubai eGovernment has unveiled its new logo in line with the UAE Strategy to establish a new era in the delivery of government services by utilising best practices that contribute to sustainable and balanced growth.
The emirate aims to raise the level of quality and increase adoption of eServices and ultimately build an integrated knowledge-based society.
The letter 'e' of the new logo represents changes in the electronic landscape in a dynamic, transparent and resilient manner, reflecting the ambitions of the eGovernment regarding its relations with its partners and the target audience.
“The launch of the new logo comes in line with a series of procedures that we are implementing following the establishment of Dubai eGovernment as an independent government department,” stated Ahmed Bin Humaidan, director general of Dubai eGovernment.
“Our vision is mainly based on providing government services to all citizens, residents and visitors as well as the business sector, government departments and government employees according to highest quality standards. In addition, we will simplify the procedures of dealing with the government to make life easier for the people.”
Dubai eGovernment’s comprehensive web portal (www.dubai.ae) offers citizens, residents, visitors and businesses access to electronic services provided by government departments such as payment of municipality fees, visa applications for relatives, health card renewal, company registration, and payment of Roads and Transport Authority fines.-TradeArabia News Service
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