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Qatar's e-government project making progress, By Pratap John. Gulf Times (Doha, Qatar) 29 July 2002. "Qatar's e-government project team has made an e-readiness assessment of some 12 ministries as part of an ambitious programme to offer some 22 key government services electronically to citizens and expatriates..."
Qatar launches visas on-line. AMEInfo, May 14, 2003. "The Government of Qatar has launched a Visa On-line service allowing nationals of 33 countries to apply and receive visas on-line..."
Afkar to design Finance Ministry website/ Qatar. The Peninsula - Middle East and North Africa Financial Network, menafn.com, 12 August 2003. "DOHA: Afkar Information Technology (AIT) and the Ministry of Finance yesterday signed a contract to develop an advanced, bi-lingual website for the ministry..."
New Q-Post projects to improve services/ Qatar. The Peninsula - Menafn.com, 1 September 2003. "DOHA: Qatar's General Postal Corporation (Q-Post) has embarked on four major projects aimed at offering world-class services, sources said. These include installation of web cameras at all major post offices, electronic keys for subscribers of post boxes, electronic payment of utilities bills and connecting all post offices in the country with a computer network, they added..."
E-govt project introduces online Zakat payment / Qatar. The Peninsula - Middle East North Africa Financial Network, 27 September 2003. "DOHA: The ambitious e-government project in Qatar, envisaged by the Emir, H H Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, has added another service to its array: the electronic payment of Zakat and Sadaqat..."
131 services to go online under e-govt / Qatar. The Peninsula - Middle East North Africa Financial Netowrk, 2 October 2003. "DOHA: Residents and business establishments in Qatar will be able to access a total of 131 services through the country's e-government project in a phased manner, Dr Ahmed Al Mohannadi, the project director said yesterday. Since its launch on September 3, 2000, a total of 50,000 Residence Permits were renewed through the e-government facility provided by the postal department, generating a revenue of QR6m, he added..."
Qatar e-government project marks first anniversary. The Peninsula - Middle East North African Financial Network, 18 March 2004. "DOHA: Qatar's e-government project marked the first anniversary of its electronic visa service by granting its 3566th visa electronically yesterday. The service was launched a year ago to assist tourists, residents and the business community..."
E-government's boost to services highlighted - Qatar. Gulf Times - 29 September 2004. "The positive changes in the working of various departments in Qatar following the implementation of the e-government programme were highlighted at a press breifing at the Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) headquarters yesterday..."
Kahramaa taps e-governance for RP renewal. The Peninsula, 28 September 2004. "DOHA: The Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) has started offering various services to its employees through e-government including issuance and renewal of residence permits and health cards..."
E-govt meet to address latest challenges - Qatar. The Peninsula, 3 March 2005. "DOHA: A symposium on e-government to be held at the Intercontinental Hotel on April 14 will bring together Arab e-governments and experts to discuss major issues and challenges facing the implementation of e-government in the region..."
E-govt studies smart card to replace ID - Qatar. The Peninsula - 19 March 2005. "DOHA: Qatar's e-government and the Border Passports and Alien Affairs Department at the Ministry of Interior are currently studying a project to replace the plastic Bataka Shaksiya or personal ID card with a Smart Card, Dr Ahmed Al Mohannadi, director of the e-government, said. The e-government is also working on a project with the Qatar National Bank to offer an e-wallet or electronic payment facility for various government services offered through the portal, he added..."
Sakhr implementing solutions with e-government project in Qatar. AMEINfo, Qatar, March 27, 2005. "Sakhr Software Co., the leading Arabic language IT company announced that it will commence its robust project for providing the Supreme Council for the Environment and Natural reserves in Qatar (www.qatarenv.org) with Sakhr solutions in an effort to assist the Council on its path towards achieving the 'paperless office,' and in an effort to automate and develop the Council's services in keeping with the spirit of the Qatari e-government initiative..."
Qatar providing top class e-services. Source - The Peninsula, 9 April 2005. "Doha: Qatar is now among the top select group of countries that have developed a comprehensive infrastructure for its e-services with the latest in cyber technologies being implemented, Abdulamir Mryhij, ebusiness Practice Manager, GBM-Qatar, said here recently..."
Building permits to be available online. The Peninsula, 13 April 2005. "Doha: Building permits in Qatar would be available online soon that would help cut red tapes and cope with the extremely high construction rate in the country, Qatar e-Government Director, Dr Ahmed Hamad al Mohannadi said here yesterday..."
Birth certificates for newborns now available online. Source - The Peninsula, 2 May 2005. "Doha: Expatriates and nationals can now apply for birth certificates of their newborns online accessing the website www.e.gov.qa. The department of e-government yesterday inserted an advertisement in an Arabic daily informing the public about the electronic facility..."
E-governance moves to fast track, By Barbara Bibbo', Gulf News, 7 May 2005. "Qatar has declared war on red tape and paper-work. The government has launched a massive advertising campaign to promote electronic government services..."
Qatar e-Government = "...has achieved more than (9100 T) in the highest achieved number of transaction for the month of May 2005. Qatar e-Government reaches a milestone in achieving 9100 transactions for the month of May, 2005. The site was visited by 80 thousand visitors. This 39% growth compared to April, 2005 is due to the increase in number of companies and individuals wanting to use the e-services on the site..."
Call to use e-govt services. Gulf Times, 21 June, 2005. "INTERIOR Ministry officials have urged local establishments to avail of the e-Government services, which they said save time and efforts considerably..."
E-registration for school admission - Qatar. The Peninsula - 30 July 2005. "Doha: Qatar's e-Government in coordination with the Ministry Of Education is planning to provide online registration facility for students seeking admission in government schools during the academic year 2005-2006 beginning in September..."
62 young nationals help to enhance e-government services, By Barbara Bibbo. Gulf News, 27 August 2005. "Doha: The ideas and inputs of 62 young Qatari nationals will be incorporated into key projects for the development of e-government services, an official said..."
E-government plans to issue building permits. Source - The Peninsula, 1 September 2005. "Doha: Plans are afoot to soon issue building permits through the e-government, according to a senior official handling the electronic services project..."
HMC plans to set up telemedicine facility. Source - The Peninsula, 12 November 2005. "DOHA: The Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) is working on a project to set up a telemedicine facility, according to Prof Ricky J Richardson, a medical expert from the UK who has been assisting the HMC team on the project..."
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