United Arab Emirates Case Study

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United Arab Emirates considered to be one of the most advanced and world-class ICT infrastructures due to the highest investing in adopting and implementing ICT in its government (Al-Khouri, 2012). United Arab Emirates utilizes the world leading eGovernment program to develop its own initiatives with the consideration of the UAE federal level to transform all government services and make them available electronically through various channels. However, Government of UAE (2012) stated the vision of the Federal eGovernment Strategy as following: "Enhance the competitiveness of the UAE by adopting world class practices in all areas of eGoernment". As a result the United Nations (2014) report that United Arab Emirates ranked within the top …show more content…
The result comes as the clear vision and mission for the eGovernment to be carried as well as the consequences of the high GDP, high literacy rates, small populations and a keen desire by the Policy Maker to invest in and develop their online national portals, in returen the UAE government will offer their citizens advanced e-services and information accessible in an easy …show more content…
Furthermore, a suggestions have been made towards enhancing the broadband connectivity and develop a cloud computing services due to the fact that UAE has achieved an advanced and complex stage of eGovernment development. In addition, the Laws and legislations that concerened the ICT sector were revised and updated to be more efficient. The work patterns across the government agencies should adopte the cooperative attitude by exchange experiences and knowledge and in term of leadership/ political system the suggestions made towards emphasising the importance of the Federal eGovernment and work progress towards the UAE Vision 2021 and Implementing the initiatives identified in the Government Strategy 2011-2013 as eGovernment initiatives eTransformation as an example. Secondly analysing the Readiness dimension foucuses on several issues 1-technical readiness where the study shows that there is a need to implement and develop an interoperability framwork and data model due to the absence of enterprise architecture among

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