September 19, 2021

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Mohammed bin Rashid accepts the decisions of the 5 best and worst government agencies in digital services

Mohammed bin Rashid accepts the decisions of the 5 best and worst government agencies in digital services

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, demonstrated that continuous evaluation is fundamental to the system of sustainable development adopted by the United Arab Emirates, and that community opinion is the real measure based on the results of any evaluation of the performance of the federal government and the effectiveness of its services. And access to distributors anytime, anywhere.
This came when his high-ranking Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum recognized the results of a rating of five federal government agencies for the best and worst in digital services, with 1,300 digital services being provided by ministries and federal agencies as part of a comprehensive evaluation process launched by his high school last June.
He said in a tweet via his high-profile Twitter: “Brothers and sisters, we ordered the government’s digital services to be evaluated 3 months ago … and after 55,000 customers voted, their opinion on the services of 30 government agencies … we connect you five top agencies and the most in the world The worst five agencies. ”Government .. We give 90 days to improve services, after which we will review the worst parties.

Hynes added, “In the UAE government we are accustomed to involving the community in evaluating the work and performance of government, and we report the results achieved by the authorities, whoever they may be. We believe our community is the best evaluator. The government’s position and services challenge.”
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum said, “Companies that have received the best ratings for their digital services are worthy of appreciation and expect more from them. We must achieve our goals of making the UAE Government the best in the world. We want to achieve. ”
His Excellency further said, “Companies that are not able to upgrade their digital services to the required level, we are waiting for them to change course and achieve better results within 90 days … We have ordered the digital government to oversee the digital services and the services of these companies will be re-evaluated to ensure that our goal is achieved. The key to comprehensive digital transformation.
The Ministry of Interior topped the list of top government agencies in digital services, followed by the Central Commission for Identity and Citizenship, the Ministry of Foreign and International Cooperation, the Ministry of Climate Change and the Environment, and the Ministry of Social Development.
The list of worst companies in digital services includes the Ministry of Education, the Federal Tax Authority, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Public Pensions and Social Security Commission and the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure.
The ratings are based on field surveys and polls, which include 55,000 customers in the UAE, conducted over a three-month period, focusing on the performance of 30 government agencies, providing more than 1,300 services across 58 digital channels across the country.

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Vice President of the State

எங்களுக்கு We were ordered 3 months ago to evaluate the government’s digital services .. We asked the opinions of 55,000 customers about the services of 30 government agencies.
In the government of the United Arab Emirates, we are accustomed to involving the community in evaluating the work and performance of government.
Those who have achieved the best rating of digital services are to be commended and we expect much from them.
We offer 90 days to upgrade services and then re-evaluate to determine the worst cast.


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