President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi met on Thursday with Prime Minister Dr. Mostafa Madbouli and the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dr. Amr Talaat.
Ambassador Ramon Radhi, a spokesman for the Presidency, said that the meeting dealt with the review of the action plan of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the implementation of programs and projects, particularly the establishment and development of the digital system in the new administrative capital, The development of human resources in the field of communications and information technology, the project to create a cultural content portal and the remote diagnostic project.
The President emphasized the advanced priority that the ICT sector has in the country's plans and strategies, taking into account its vital role in the process of economic and social development, in which it intends to use the latest technology to implement projects in this field.
The President also called for intensified work on the transition plan for digital government, including the training of efficient and efficient human and leadership cadres so that they are qualified to work in a digital environment using the latest technological means. Simple and easy
During the meeting, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology presented the vision of transformation to digital government, which includes the new administrative capital, taking into account the contribution of the digital government in providing a participatory environment between different ministries, institutions and state bodies through of an electronic network and electronic platforms. Electronically documented and enable the implementation of a government performance monitoring system as well as the provision of contact centers for the provision of government services.
Dr. Amr Talaat also reviewed the human resource training mechanisms through various initiatives that will be implemented over the next period in order to develop the digital skills of young people from different groups, whether in the field of ICT or university students.
The Minister of Communications and Information Technology also presented the executive position for establishing the City of Knowledge as well as efforts to create a portal for digital cultural content that includes the inventory of all cultural content to be displayed on the portal.