Organized by NoufEXPO & CAIT, EGOV4 takes off Sunday
NoufEXPO has announced that the 4th Government Forum: Electronic Services Perspectives takes off Sunday at Arraya Center of Courtyard Marriott Kuwait City at 6pm. In a special press release, Magdy Sabry, the Executive Manager of NoufEXPO announced that EGOV4 is held under the patronage of His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad AL-Sabah. His Excellency Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah AlMubarak Al-Sabah, Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs and the Chairman of the Board of the Central Agency for Information Technology, will inaugurate the opening ceremony. Government and legislative officials, IT specialists from all government IT departments, and industry specialists from Kuwait and abroad will gather under one roof to discuss the best means and alternatives to boost government’s future services landscape.
Mr. Sabry added, “EGOV became an annual event awaited by many global and local technology vendors, as well as, the administrative and technical staff of government agencies. As previous years, we are pleased to welcome world-class technology companies from Kuwait and abroad. It is our pleasure to be joined by a highly distinguished list of sponsors: Alghanim Industries, Microsoft, Symantec, Kuwait Finance House (KFH), Kuwait Telecommunications Company (Viva), Cisco Systems, Blue Coat Systems, Starlink, Fortinet, and EY.”
Electronic Services, Digital Transformation, imminent trends that top worldwide technology topics. First, it focuses on electronic services and how implementing new government correspondence and workplace services may raise the productivity par. Digital transformation is, definitely, gaining a lot of momentum as the clear safe path towards endorsing information technology in every aspect of government services and growth plans. This transformation drives many technical, administrative, legislative, and human changes. Finally, cyber security became an international, national, and personal nightmare that has to be dealt with professionally and on a continuous basis. To evolve, governments have only one clear path; that is to make best use of these technology trends and endorse them to drive current and future growth plans.
Mr. Sabry concluded his statement by extending sincere thanks to CAIT’s management and teams as well as NoufEXPO’s teams who joined forces professionally and relentlessly to make EGOV4 a success. He also thanked all government agencies and their IT groups for their continuous support and participation. Finally, Sabry extended a warm welcome to all guests wishing them a nice stay in Kuwait and a successful endeavor that fulfills their networking and business development plans.